Yawn- so looking through the info, it doesn't really do much more than my Moto 360 can do, yet the Moto 360:
1) Has been available already for 7 months.
2) Has inductive charging and the Apple watch doesn't.
3) Is far less expensive.
4) Is arguably much better looking (for those who want round).
5) Works with many different phones, not just a few iPhone models.
So what is so innovative and impressive? A button on the side? The 360 has a button. It is not a scroll wheel, but despite what Apple's video claims, I have absolutely no problems using the touchscreen to pinch zoom, swipe, or scroll and it doesn't hurt my experience and is far more intuitive.
The ONLY two things I saw of interest were variable touch sensitivity... which is certainly not a new technology, but it novel on a watch. And having a speaker, which I certainly have not missed.
I mean, it looks like a great device, but I fail to understand why people think it is some brilliant new idea or super fantastic breakthrough.