Moto X Now Available, Moto 360 Also Back In Stock And You Can Pre-Order The Moto Hint And The Turbo Charger

Just a few days ago we let you know that Motorola's brand new devices were back up online for order and pre-order, and then things quickly went out of stock and just like that once again vanished. At that time we also told you that the Moto X, the Moto 360, and Motorola's new Bluetooth headset the Moto Hint would be available today, and it looks like all three of those items as well as the Motorola turbo charger can be picked up as well. As of now, the only items that are actually in stock are the Moto 360 which can be picked up in either of the two colors from Motorola's website. The Play Store is still out of stock though. The Moto X is also in stock and will take about 10 days to ship, and the other two items are available for pre-order as I learned from hitting the buy button.

If you were waiting to pick yourself up any one of these devices or accessories from Motorola now is your chance, but stock will of course be limited this time around as well so if you really want them you'll want to grab them as soon as you can. The Moto X has a plethora of customizable options but is still AT&T only for the carrier option at this point. You can however choose to grab the GSM Pure unlocked model which will still work with any GSM networks and it supports LTE. That's good news for anyone that wants to buy but doesn't want to pick up AT&T as their carrier.

For anyone that's looking at grabbing all of these things, it's worth noting that pre-order items have to be purchased separately from in-stock items according to Motorola's site, so that means you can't place everything in the same cart and will have to make at least two purchases. The good news you'll only have to make two as you can place all pre-order items in once cart and in-stock items in the other. Who knows how long the stock will last this time around or how long the pre-order items will remain available to pre-order. Head over to the link below to go straight to the Motorola site and pick up the desired items. Just as a heads up, there seems to be heavy traffic on the site so it might take a minute load.

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