Earlier this morning, US big box electronics retailer Best Buy let the product page for the Moto 360 loose a little early, and with that slipup came some seemingly concrete information. The Moto 360 will cost $250 - a price which likely comes in at or below most estimates we've seen for the device to date.

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There's still no solid ship date, but this number has probably sealed the deal for a lot of you in regard to deciding whether or not to purchase a 360. The product page also claims the 360 contains a TI processor (odd for sure), ambient light sensor, pedometer, heart rate sensor, 512MB of RAM, and will be waterproof to 1 meter. Like all other Wear devices, the 360 will use Bluetooth 4.0 to communicate with a paired smartphone.

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The listing also makes a strange mention of Wi-Fi, though this could just be an error on Best Buy's part (unless Moto is going to do some trick Wi-Fi stuff with the 360). The included band is a black leather strap sourced from another Chicago company, Horween, likely as a "locally grown" sort of shout-out.

So, with this information in hand, will your wrist soon be wearing a 360?

Will you buy a Moto 360 (assuming the price is $250)?

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