First, to the extent there are positive reviews, they focus on the looks. But I feel like they're grading on a curve. First, it's 46mm diameter, which is huge. Too big for at least a lot of men, and almost all women, I'd bet. Second, it may look sort of like an ordinary watch (apart from size), but it doesn't look like a nice watch. At least not one I'd want to own.
|Yeah, that looks right.|
Also, what's with shipping a product with that notch on the bottom of the screen, and then calling it the Moto 360. I mean, it's like they're drawing a target right on the most obvious visible flaw by naming it that.
And how the heck do you release a smartwatch running a 45nm processor? It's like they wanted the battery to die twice a day. (And, apparently, the visuals stutter and freeze, too. So the best of both worlds - bad battery life and bad performance).
Look, Motorola is at least somewhat on the right track here, but this thing is half-baked. This is the difference between releasing a product when you can vs. releasing a product when it's right.