The Moto 360 — which holds the distinction of being the first circular Android Wear timepiece – is now available at $250. The Moto 360 has a few hardware features that could set it apart besides design: it has inductive charging, which works without any dongle. Yes, you still need the included charging dock to drop the watch into, which still saddles you with an accessory. Still, it’s a lot nicer than most clip-on charging accessories. There’s also an optical heart rate monitor on the watch’s backside, like Samsung’s smartwatches have. Motorola’s is differently engineered, and also has different software: a beautiful round dial shows not only your heart rate, but your activity intensity, estimated by heart rate. The app will track how many targeted active minutes a day that you exercise, with a goal of 30 moderate activity minutes five days a week. The Moto 360 leans heavily on voice commands, like all Android Wear watches, but Motorola promises an extra dash of natural language processing and noise-cancelling microphone excellence on the Moto 360. The Moto 360 runs off a Texas Instruments OMAP 3 processor, and has 4GB of storage plus 512MB of RAM. It sports a 320 mAh battery, which Motorola claims lasts a full day.