Motorola's Moto 360 was the first round smartwatch on the market and the first round smartwatch running Android Wear, and while the new model is already out and has been available for months, the original is still a decent option for a smartwatch, especially now that Android Wear supports both Android and iOS. If you're looking at the Moto 360 as a possible option for a smartwatch, you can now pick up the original in various style and color options for up to $40 off over at Amazon including the metal and leather band options.
The Moto 360 carries 4GB of internal storage for apps or music to play through Bluetooth headphones, and it has 512MB of RAM, and a 320mAh battery that should last you all day. It's powered by the TI OMAP 3 processor and has a 1.56-inch display that's protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It also supports wireless charging, and comes with a charging dock you can place it on when you're ready to juice it back up. Now that Android Wear has been updated to version 5.1 and the Moto 360 is running this version of software, you can do things like flick the wrist to scroll up or down between your notification cards, and draw emojis to send them in messages.