Motorola Reduces Moto 360 Price Down To $149.99


With Google I/O approaching, there are a number of new announcements due to land across all the multiple android platforms. These announcements will include updates for the likes of Android TV and Android Wear. As such, and leading up to the event, a number of the already in circulation android based products have seen some price drops occurring. This morning has already seen the Android TV running Nexus Player, drop down to $79 on the Google Store. Likewise, yesterday saw Best Buy dropping down the cost of the Android Wear powered Moto 360 to $150. That is, for the basic version at least.

Well, it now seems the reason behind Best Buy's reduction is a little clearer, as Motorola today have announced a drop in the price of the Moto 360 directly from them. The new price sees the Moto 360 again dropping to $149.99 for the basic version. In fact, like Best Buy, all versions of the Moto 360 have been slashed by the $100 figure, making right now a great time to pick up one of the most popular Android Wear devices available. That said, unlike Best Buy, one of the real benefits of picking up the Moto 360 directly from Motorola is that you can take advantage of Moto Maker and customize your smartwatch exactly as you want it. The ability of Moto Maker plus the $100 discount makes the Motorola option a great one to go with.


In terms of the deal, it seems all versions and customizations of the Moto 360 have seen the price drop and the reduced cost will remain active until June 9th. As such, you do have a few days to make your decision on which style of Moto 360 you want to go for. If you need a brief recap on the device, then the Moto 360 comes with a 1.56 inch LCD display offering a 320 — 290 resolution. Inside, the Moto 360 is loaded with 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage. Not to mention the device is equipped with a 320 mAh battery. If you are interested in getting your Moto 360 at the reduced price and through Moto Maker, then you can head over to the deal listing by clicking the source link below.

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