Two of the best designed smart watches on the market, but with two very different looks and feature sets. One is a round-faced window to everything Google with voice control, touch screen and wireless charging. The other is a cross-platform, battery-friendly square-faced watch that's always on.
Moto 360 has a lot going for it. It's got great looks and is really light. On top of that, there's a traditional-looking button on its side and it's got a ton of useful features like wireless charging, voice activation and a touch screen. But the Pebble Steel looks like a proper watch, and isn't hard to see in daylight. It's also got a growing community of developers creating interesting watch faces and apps.
Neither device is perfect, but they both have their strenghts. Which is your favorite?