1. Motorola MOTOACTV
Garmin and Polar have already introduced touchscreen sports watches, but Motorola has taken things further Moto with this smart music player watch and performance tracker that is very much in the iPod nano mould. Hosting a 1.6-inch full colour touchscreen that is protected by scratch, rain and sweat-proof Corning Glass, the MOTOACTV uses advanced AccuSense technology and GPS to track your every turn and every hill, there's Android compatibility to take calls while the MOTOACTV works out which songs motivate you the most and arranges them into playlists.
Price: £244.99 | Motorola
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T3's pick of the 5 best watches packing touchscreen displays that are like a box of tech tricks that fit snug around your wrist
Love it or loathe it, touchscreens are here to stay and now more watches are stripping away the buttons. We are lovers of the more traditional timepieces as our list of the best watches shows, but we also like the idea of a watch that looks like it has been yanked straight from a Sci-Fi flick. If you yearn for a time piece sans the dials and buttons and comes with smartphone-like features, here's the touchscreen watches to have on your radar..