By this time, we know pretty much all we need to know about the Moto360 smartwatch: what it does, what OS it runs, and what it looks like, when it’ll be announced (September 4) . The only thing missing was the price, and someone at Best Buy has given up that last detail, too.
Someone at Gizmodo who didn’t have anything better do with his weekend spotted a Moto360 page on BestBuy.com, a page that’s since been removed. It put the price of the Moto360 at $250, which is about right, given what other smartwatches go for. (The Pebble is at $150, but has a much more limited feature set.)
According to Best Buy, the watch will have 512K of RAM, have a 1.5-inch LCD touchscreen (which is a pretty honking big piece of glass to be wearing on your wrist, if you ask us), have a pedometer and optical heart-rate monitor, and is waterproof to only 1 meter.