Following this morning's Moto X launch on AT&T, the Moto Maker customization site is now live at MotoMaker.com. Moto Maker allows you to choose your Moto X's color, storage size, add matching accessories, and even link it to your Google account before having it shipped to your door -- a process Motorola says will take just four days from start to finish.
But right now there are a few noteworthy limitations to the service. Online purchasing isn't available yet, so you'll need to get a Moto X card from an AT&T store to get started with the process. (Remember, Moto Maker is exclusive to AT&T at launch.) Engraving is also unavailable for the moment, as are the wooden back panels.
Nevertheless, if you're willing to walk into an AT&T store to get the required code, you could be unboxing your very own customized Moto X just four days later.
If you're using Moto Maker to create your personalized Moto X today, hit the comments and let us know how you get on.
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