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Manh!! why are you all guys going for Moto 360??
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The Best Smartwatches Under $200
Convincing people they need a smartwatch isn't easy. Apple finally found its stride by emphasizing the Apple Watch's health and fitness capabilities and giving buyers tons of finishes and bands to choose from. Fitbit is taking the same approach, but its first attempt, last year's Ionic, left a lot to be desired in the looks department.
When I first caught a glimpse of the Versa, I thought it was an Apple Watch. And though Fitbit's smartwatch does take a few design cues from Apple's device, now that I've been wearing the device for almost a week, I've noticed some clear differences.

Though the 39-millimeter Versa is slightly wider than the 38mm Apple Watch, the new Fitbit feels much lighter, at 0.8 ounces compared to the 1-ounce Series 3 with cellular. Sometimes I forget I'm wearing it. With a case depth of 11.2 mm, it's also thinner than the 11.4-mm Series 3, which has a more bulbous shape that makes it feel thicker than it actually is. The new $399 Apple Watch Series 4 is taller than the Versa, but not as wide or deep.
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When I first caught a glimpse of the Versa, I thought it was an Apple Watch. And though Fitbit's smartwatch does take a few design cues from Apple's device, now that I've been wearing the device for almost a week, I've noticed some clear differences.

Though the 39-millimeter Versa is slightly wider than the 38mm Apple Watch, the new Fitbit feels much lighter, at 0.8 ounces compared to the 1-ounce Series 3 with cellular. Sometimes I forget I'm wearing it. With a case depth of 11.2 mm, it's also thinner than the 11.4-mm Series 3, which has a more bulbous shape that makes it feel thicker than it actually is. The new $399 Apple Watch Series 4 is taller than the Versa, but not as wide or deep.
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