While we haven't posted our own review yet, you may have seen Artem's numerous posts (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) about his experience so far, and there's no shortage of reviews on the web at this point.

Most of them basically come down to this: the battery life is the worst of any Wear device (how bad varies on who you're asking, but ambient mode seems unusable as an all-day strategy), but the Moto 360 is still subjectively the best-looking Wear hardware yet. As for the software, it's like every other Wear watch yet: Android Wear is buggy, slow, but pretty, sometimes useful, and the most mature smartwatch OS out there for the time being, though that isn't saying a ton.

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Many of you were extremely excited for the Moto 360 in the months leading up to its launch. Now, it's out there (well, in the US, if you can find one), and so are an ever-increasing number of opinions on it. None seem to be fully glowing, though the 360 is getting love for its looks from a lot of respectable sources, as utterly personal and subjective that kind of statement is.

Based on what you've seen so far, I'm curious: are you more or less likely to buy a 360? Were you ever interested? Vote in the poll below. If you already bought a 360, see the next poll question, as this one doesn't really cater to that situation. (If you ordered one and now plan on cancelling or did cancel your order / returned it on receipt, please choose the first answer in this poll).

Have initial reviews and opinions of the Moto 360 changed your likelihood of purchasing one?

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For Moto 360 owners (please don't vote if you have not ordered one / received one from I/O): are you going to keep it?

Are you going to keep your Moto 360?

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