Being the fall’s most anticipated announced smartwatch doesn’t sound like a big honor given the competition right now, but the Moto 360 really is generating a good deal of buzz as the first smartwatch that could potentially blend both functionality and style. Droid Life points out that, as promised, Google has is preparing to ship out free Moto 360s to everyone who attended this summer’s Google I/O conference.
I/O attendees now have between now and September 5th to give the Google I/O team their shipping addresses so they can claim their watches. Google says that the faster you send them your shipping address, the faster you’ll get your watch.
We expect Motorola to formally take the wraps off the Moto 360 during its big event on September 4th, when it will also likely unveil its next-generation Moto X and Moto G smartphones as well. The Moto 360 has earned early acclaim for its gorgeous design that’s highlighted by its round face and metallic body.