If you've been keeping updated with news as of late, you'll know that 2014 is seeing the market for wearable tech expand exponentially, with LG being the latest to unveil its Android Wear-Powered G Watch. Here comes the Moto 360, a wristwatch designed by Motorola that's not only all aesthetics, but also provides information whenever you need it.
Powered by Android Wear, Moto 360 features a round face and premium materials, and keeps you on time and updated without distracting you, through subtle alerts and notifications, letting you know what you need to know before you realize it. A twist of your wrist will show you who's calling or emailing, a friend's latest social post, or what time your next meeting is.
Motorola's latest timepiece also responds to your voice. Simply say "Ok Google" to ask questions, like who won the Man United v Liverpool game, or the BNP Paribas Open, or what time your flight leaves. You can also schedule an appointment, send a text, set an alarm, or take a note.
Moto 360 will roll out in a variety of styles globally in Summer 2014, starting in the U.S.