After entering the Android Wear game with the Q Founder late last year, Fossil today became an even bigger Android Wear player with the debut of two more smartwatches.
Fossil today debuted the Q Wander (above left) and Q Marshal (above right), both powered by Android Wear. Both devices have round touchscreens, wireless charging, and cases that measure 44mm for the Q Wander and and 46mm for the Q Marshal. They’ve got standard Android Wear features like always-on displays and Google Now cards as well as exclusive Fossil watch faces and interchangeable straps.
The Q Wander has wire lugs and what Fossil describes as a “soft curving, multi-finish case.” Meanwhile, the Q Marshal has a “rugged case” with ridges all along its outer edge.
Fossil says that both the Q Wander and Q Marshal will launch later this year at a starting price of $275. Both look like traditional watches, which is a trend that we’re seeing more of lately as manufacturers aim to make smartwatches more attractive to consumers by making them not obviously super-geeky devices.
Fossil today also introduced several other Q-branded devices. Those include the Q Motion activity and sleep tracker (above) as well as the Q Tailor and Q Nate “smart analog watches” (below). The Q Tailor and Q Nate look like an analog watch, but they can connect to your Android or iOS smartphone over Bluetooth and measure your steps, a second time zone, and your calories.