The first generation Motorola 360 smartwatch turned some heads when it was unveiled last year, even in the face of plenty of competition. Now, the brand is back with a new iteration, building on the successes of last year with plenty of new refinements, including a sports model with dedicated GPS and heart rate sensor, two days of battery life, and a bezel with a more traditional, classic look. Like the first generational model, buyers will be able to customize the look of their watches with Motorola offering over 300 possible combinations of looks of bands, bezels, and sizes within their collection. The Verge had the chance to preview many of the possible configutations seen after the jump, but you can claim a model for yourself when they launch later this year beginning at $299.99.
via The Verge