Qualcomm's Toq smartwatch gives notifications for messages, phone calls, and other items. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Shara Tibken/CNET / Caption by: ,
Like the Pebble, there are a variety of watch faces. This retro one's pretty great. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Scott Stein/CNET / Caption by: ,
The Mirasol display is full color and highly reflective, using technology similar to e-ink. It looks great in bright sunlight. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Scott Stein/CNET / Caption by: ,
The touch display allows for precustomized quick responses for texts, a clever idea. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Scott Stein/CNET / Caption by: ,
Weather, of course, is one of the preinstalled apps. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Scott Stein/CNET / Caption by: ,
The Toq's battery is actually housed in its watchband buckle. The strap is cut to fit for an individual wearer, an odd decision. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Scott Stein/CNET / Caption by: ,
Another watch face. The Toq on Shara's hand looks a lot bulkier than on Scott's. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Shara Tibken/CNET / Caption by: ,
The Toq has its own wireless charge base that doubles as a case. Stereo Bluetooth wireless earbuds are also included in a special edition package. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Qualcomm / Caption by: ,
The Toq comes in black and white. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Qualcomm / Caption by: ,
The main menu, which has a number of colorful app icons that can be swipe-navigated. Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Qualcomm / Caption by: ,
How many other colors will there be? Read editors' take
Updated:
Photo by: Qualcomm / Caption by: ,
Hot Galleries

CNET EDITORS' CHOICE

Roku Streaming Stick 2016

Roku has the most apps, the simplest interface and the best search, making it CNET's favorite way to stream Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO and all the rest.

Hot Products