Qualcomm first offered the Toq smartwatch for pre-order back in late-November. Then, as was expected, the Toq officially went on sale as of December 2nd. The catch with that, the watch almost immediately sold through the available inventory. We have yet to see whether that was due to overwhelming sales, or limited inventory, but regardless -- the Toq has since landed with another retailer.
This other retailer is Amazon and they have the Qualcomm Toq available for purchase. Those who had missed out earlier in the month, or those who had been on the fence about a purchase can now move forward. Amazon is selling the Toq for $349.99 and have it listed as a Prime item. For now, Amazon has the Qualcomm Toq available in one color -- black.
Otherwise, aside from being able to buy one of these smartwatches from Amazon, the specs and features remain the same as we had been seeing. That is to say, the Toq has a 1.55-inch Mirasol capacitive touchscreen display with a ppi of 222. The watch has Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity and support for devices running Android 4.0.3 or later. There is also a 240 mAh battery which Qualcomm has said can last upwards of "several days" before needing to be recharged.
As for charging the battery, the Toq supports wireless charging. In fact, the watch not only supports it, but Qualcomm is shipping the Toq with an included wireless charger. The watch weighs in at 3.2 ounces. Aside from the specs, users will be able to get alerts, messages and other updates on their wrist.
All that having been said, we did spend a bit of hands-on time with the Toq when it was first announced. That post can be found here, and in addition, a short video is sitting below.