This Android smartwatch weighs 35 grams and sports a 600 MHz processor. It includes a bluetooth headset, which will not only allow you to listen to your tunes while working out, but will give you a voice feed of your workout progress. And with access to FM radio and plenty of storage (8 GB / 16 GB), this watch lets you control your music seamlessly.
Motorola’s new exercise accessory is also rugged and sweat-proof and features the amazingly resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. It tracks your heart-rate and calories burned, and the built-in GPS will track your speed and location. Built-in WiFi aids in automatically updating your workout info straight to your computer. Not bad, right?
This may seem very similar to Sony Ericsson’s LiveView watch, but the MotoActv is much more independent. The LiveView is meant to be attached to your device, or else it won’t even give you the time. The MotoActv is much more similar to the i’m Watch, which works more as a separate accessory. The difference is that the MotoActv is clearly much more fitness-oriented.
Those looking to workout with this exercise buddy will have to pull some Benjamins out of the wallet, though. The 8 GB version will run $250, and the 16 GB will cost $300. Not very cheap for an accessory, but we’ll see if it’s worth the price. Would you guys pay $250-$300 for a device like the MotoActv?