Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch Gets a Major $100 Price Cut

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Everyone loves price cuts and other sort of deal and now it’s Qualcomm’s Toq smartwatch turn to get a major $100 price cut. As you probably remember, the device itself was launched back in September, but everyone has companied about the fact that it is too expensive. Back at CES, the company had indeed dropped the price of their its smartwatch to $300, but this $50 cut over the original price wasn’t enough people asked for more and this is exactly what they have receives now, the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch being available for a new price of no more than $250.

Pair it up with your Android 4.0.3 devices

Before getting too excited about this Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch Toq smartwatch, be sure that it is exactly what you are looking for. This device comes with a touchscreen display for easy control, not to the ability to pair it up with your Android 4.0.3 devices or later for showing alerts on your wrist all the time.

Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch Gets a Major $100 Price Cut

Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch Gets a Major $100 Price Cut

Power and Mirasol Display

When it comes to its power, this Qualcomm Toq smartwatch packs a 200MHz ARM Cortex-M3 CPU, while the Mirasol display is very sharp at 223 pixels per inch and looks surprisingly good enough even under direct sunlight.
But we must also tell you that it doesn’t have is a nuanced palette of colors like we generally find on high-quality display, but we only get the usual black and white, and some variations of orange, blue, orange, purple, yellow, green, or red.

So now, that the original $350 price has been replaced by the much more affordable$250, what do you say? Has Qualcomm’s Toq smartwatch become one of your possible choices, having any chance to compete against Galaxy’s Gear 2 or not?

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