With Android already having 3 watches out for purchase and more on the horizon it will be hard to really single out one to put against the Apple watch. The easiest thing would be to choose the Moto 360 but we haven't had enough reviews yet to make it the clear king of Android Wear. So I will post what was revealed about the Apple watch and put it against Android Wear in general. The Apple watch specs have not been released yet but what we do know is that it will come in two sizes of 38mm and 42 mm, three categories: watch (sapphire glass), sport (anodized aluminum for lighter weight more resistant to corrosion), and watch edition (18 kt gold, polished sapphire crystals, and meant to be more elegant). What impressed me most about the Apple watch was how easy it was to swap out bands which makes it appealing to those who like to customize. Of course Apple will offer many different styles of straps to choose from whether it be rubber, metal, sports band, or chain loop. I have to applaud apple in providing more variety making the watch more stylish than what we have with Android at this moment. Unfortunately I did not care for the user interface as it relied heavily on the side buttons, but I will wait to see head to head reviews before declaring my final judgement. The Apple watch will work on iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, and 6 plus and will offer features such as mobile payment, fitness software, and a new digital touch feature as another way to communicate with other Apple Watches. Android Wear now has 3 devices officially released with more on the way from a variety of manufacturers. Unfortunately in the style department only the Moto 360 stands out as being stylish while the other watches are more... geeky looking. Like Apple, Android Wear is fairly new to the scene and will take a while to gauge what the public wants. What I like about Android Wear is that it relies more on touch screen interface and voice input but falls short in the ability to customize. Android Wear watches which are available now will cost you between $199-250 vs Apple Watch, which will not be available until 2015, and will start at a $349 and up.