Qualcomm Toq

The Toq (pronounced “tok” as in "tick-tock") is a smartwatch developed by Qualcomm released as a proof of concept to OEMs and was released in limited quantities in December 2013.wikipedia
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Smartwatch

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The Toq (pronounced “tok” as in "tick-tock") is a smartwatch developed by Qualcomm released as a proof of concept to OEMs and was released in limited quantities in December 2013.
As of 4 September 2013, three new smartwatches have been launched: the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Sony SmartWatch 2, and the Qualcomm Toq.

Interferometric modulator display

MirasolIMODIMOD-Mirasol
It features a Mirasol display, which like E Ink e-reader screens, can be easily viewed in direct sunlight.
The smartwatch Qualcomm Toq features this display with 40 fps.

Qualcomm

Qualcomm Inc.QUALCOMM IncorporatedFlarion
The Toq (pronounced “tok” as in "tick-tock") is a smartwatch developed by Qualcomm released as a proof of concept to OEMs and was released in limited quantities in December 2013.

Proof of concept

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The Toq (pronounced “tok” as in "tick-tock") is a smartwatch developed by Qualcomm released as a proof of concept to OEMs and was released in limited quantities in December 2013.

Original equipment manufacturer

OEMOEMsoriginal equipment manufacturers
The Toq (pronounced “tok” as in "tick-tock") is a smartwatch developed by Qualcomm released as a proof of concept to OEMs and was released in limited quantities in December 2013.

San Diego

San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego, CACity of San Diego
The Toq was first unveiled at Qualcomm's annual Uplinq event on September 4, 2013 in San Diego.

Android (operating system)

AndroidAndroid operating systemAndroid OS
It syncs with Android 4.0+ smartphones, allowing users to scan through texts, emails, phone calls, and other notifications.

Smartphone

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It syncs with Android 4.0+ smartphones, allowing users to scan through texts, emails, phone calls, and other notifications.

E Ink

E-Inkelectronic inkE Ink displays
It features a Mirasol display, which like E Ink e-reader screens, can be easily viewed in direct sunlight.

E-reader

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It features a Mirasol display, which like E Ink e-reader screens, can be easily viewed in direct sunlight.

Nuance Communications

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Unlike most ereaders, it can display colors and can refresh fast enough for watching videos, it also includes speech recognition technology from Nuance to allow users dictate replies to text messages.

ARM Cortex-M

Cortex-M3Cortex-M0Cortex-M0+
200 MHz Cortex-M3 microcontroller

Microcontroller

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200 MHz Cortex-M3 microcontroller

Wearable computer

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Wearable computer

Arm Holdings

ARMARM LtdAcorn RISC Machine (ARM)
Processors designed by Arm or by Arm licensees are used as microcontrollers in embedded systems, including real-time safety systems (cars' ABS), biometrics systems (fingerprint sensor ), smart TVs (e.g. Android TV), all modern smartwatches (such as Qualcomm Toq), and are used as general-purpose processors in smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops (even also for running, traditional x86, Microsoft Windows programs ), servers and supercomputers/HPC, e.g. a CPU "option" in Cray's supercomputers.

Potential applications of graphene

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The approach is used in colored e-reader displays and smartwatches, such as the Qualcomm Toq.