Besides some crucial details — like who are the suckers who will drop $10,000 on a gold Apple Watch — we know pretty much everything about Apple’s latest gadget.
It will be a comprehensive fitness tracker, measuring everything from the number of calories you burn to your heartbeats; it will allow you to answer phone calls on your wrist; and it will let you quickly swap watch faces.
The trouble is that the Apple Watch isn’t the first smartwatch do be able to do any of these things. Watches from other companies have been able to do this for some time now and they cost a lot less to boot.
Here’s how the Apple Watch stacks up against some of the most popular smartwatches in the market right now.