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With the launch of the Apple Watch 3 on Tuesday, the first batch of third generation Android Wear devices began to ship out this week. While Apple Watch 3 isn’t going to bring a single third generation Android Wear device to the market, there are a ton of third generation Android Wear devices available for you to compare prices and capabilities without being overwhelmed with too many choices.

To help you make the smartest choices, we’ve put together a comparison chart to help you get from one to another, and we’ll be adding more devices into the list as we go.

First up for us is the Nexus 5P. The 5P can do a lot, and I find it to be a great little affordable companion if spending just a bit more isn’t possible.

The Google Nexus 5P is the company’s first foray into the smartwatch space. The Nexus 5P will be the first to ship with Android Wear. It’s also an interesting choice as it’s going to offer the most potential for third year devices.

The Nexus 4 is another great option at $399. If you’re looking to keep up with the latest tech while saving some money on your phone or tablet, it’s the best bet.

If you’re looking to stay in the dark this year, the LG G Watch R is a great option at a similar price point. I don’t know if this is the best value for you.

It’s not all about the screen, though! The LG G Watch R is also a great wearable. It’s thinner than most other smartwatches and it supports Moto 360 functionality through the Motorola Mobility app. For $250 dollars, LG does a great job of keeping you connected all day long no matter what.

That being said, at just $300 you can opt for the Huawei Watch. This is the cheapest of the full range of Android wearable products on the market today. This is also the same budget as the Moto 360 – and it does offer more of a trackpad for its smartwatch functions which the Moto 360 does not have.

The Moto 360 will eventually be the more affordable option this fall due to its price. It just