The Moto360 on the other hand, has got the internals of ancient Rome. It lags, and it devours the battery as if it was hooked up to a car battery. The screen is LED, and if you don't have ambient mode on you will pretty much never be able to see what time it is due to it being perfectly black and dog slow to turn on. Yet, the box is round and smooth, the leather is actually very nice (I replaced it with a metal band, but still). And when you start it, you can only marvel at the design work that went into it. The 360. Everything is so nice and round (except the screen, which has the flat tire at the bottom). The watch faces are really designed for round, some even exploiting the angled glass edge for a wonderful 3D effect. If you keep switching watch faces, it's likely because you can't decide which is more gorgeous. The customization is simple, choose a color our two, toggle date, that's it. No complications, just simple and elegant. The step counter, the fitness stuff - it's all exploiting the huge, round display. And it charges wirelessly, rotating the display and showing off the most delightful night watch I've ever seen. It also charges as if it is connected to the last remaining electrons in the universe, and it can easily get it's fix from a Nexus charger or some other thin QI charger. I consistently use it with ambient mode on, which is not quite the same as on the LG. The Moto ambient is normally off, but turns on faster (and dimmer) than full on. It even makes the LG seem a bit noisy with it's incessant light. Makes my battery last quite exactly one day, which is quite ok. And every time I look at it, I can't help but go "ooh".
While Motorola should be bashed a bit for not getting at least one of the engineers from LG to put a sensible SOC in their wonder watch, it gives such pleasure to wear. It now feels so nice on I feel when it's off. It gives me that feeling that I'll be sad when replacing it with something nicer. And that's the best feel a gadget can give me.
I've had a pretty shitty day, Depression-wise, so when I come across something that just makes me laugh until I can't laugh any more, it's always a good thing.
- University of TromsøPhD, Computer Science
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