17 August 2014Droid Life:
According to a listing on Best Buy’s site for the Moto 360, we could end up paying $249. The device is also listed as having a 1.5-inch backlit LCD touch screen, with a 320×290 resolution, 205ppi, and Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3. Matching up to what we learned from a leak a week ago, we are also seeing mentions of a heart rate monitor, water resistance (up to 3.3 feet for up to 30 minutes), and an ambient light sensor. On a specs tab, the listing suggests that there is 512MB of RAM, Wireless N connectivity, and a Texas Instruments processor inside.
Just because this article prompted me to think about it, if you asked me today to guess how much the iWatch will cost1 I would say $299. $350 at most.
1 Assuming it is as ‘smart’ as most people expect it to be, including a touchscreen and such.