It like me you have a tendency to drop your smartphone only on the hardest of surfaces you might be interested in a new gadget called Neorings that Ty Srey has developed.
In the form of a unique way of carrying your smartphone using a combination of magnets and jewellery rings. Watch the video below to learn more about Neorings.
Simply slip the ring onto your preferred finger and the mount attached to your smartphone will be magnetically attracted to it, keeping your smartphone in your hand as you walk.
The advent of smartphones and tablets has made our information portable. We’re often clenching onto our phones to ensure it doesn’t slip away. It may be cumbersome to hold a device in our hand while browsing through social media, sports highlights, or checking email. How often have you tried to prop up your phone against a cereal box or milk carton, only to have it topple over? Is there a better way?
I wanted to incorporate our devices with our lifestyle. It had to be something natural, useful; not something that would require any forethought. I’ve looked in the market for different ways to mount my phone, but nothing I found complement our smartphones’ features. Products were clunky, second rate, and unremarkable. What is the alternative?
Rings have the power to reflect who we are; without a spoken word, and make us unique. Humans have been wearing rings for identity, status, and any other reason probably since the beginning of time. So imagine the millions of rings made each year to entice us. Why not make it serve a higher purpose?
The Neorings gadget is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $28,888 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think the Neoring is something your smartphone could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Neorings become a reality.
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