Back at CES, Qualcomm dropped the price of their Toq smartwatch down to just $300 — a $50 cut over the original suggested price. Now with MWC in full-swing and many new wearables surfacing, the Toq’s price has been dropped once again to just $250.

Toq is a well equipped smartwatch that pairs with Android 4.0.3+ devices, it has an SDK for extensibility and Qualcomm’s revolutionary Mirasol display. Specs include a 1.55-inch 222ppi capacitive display, 240mAh battery good for a few days and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. Despite this, Toq has received mixed reviews – It joined the likes of Google Glass and the Moto X in receiving awards from Popular Science, but failed to make any significant sales impact on the market.

Check out Qualcomm Toq for yourself on their website. Buy it in black, or limited edition white, for $249.99 with free shipping in the US. Don’t forget to also grab the wireless charger and the Bluetooth stereo headphones for extra ease and functionality.

At a glance, would you buy the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch over the Gear 2 or Pebble Steel? Or do you feel that the Toq has quickly become irrelevant in the face of bigger, better smartwatches from the competition?

Jonathan Feist
Android purist and enthusiast, rarely more than arms reach from a stock Nexus 7. Often accused of being a Google fanboy, proud of it. Proponent for Android customization and personalization, if you can change it, make it your own!