Android Wear is certainly interesting and it's great to see several different variations from several different vendors like Samsung and LG. Motorola is probably the most interesting because, instead of a rectangular display, they went with a circle. Well, almost. While they call it the Moto 360, it looks a lot more like a Moto 320. (Moto 324 if we're getting the compasses out.) While the top and sides of the display are decidedly circular, the bottom is cut off. It's a concession to the current limits of technology and design. Would a bigger bezel, thicker body, or extruded strap element have been a better choice? I don't know. All I do know is that the chunk missing from the Moto 360 is like a splinter in my eye. I can never not see it.
What do you think? Was cutting off the bottom of an otherwise perfectly round display the right choice for the Moto 360 to make?