Iota’s FLEX, the wearable 2G cellphone

Saturday, May 29th, 2010 | In Electronics Accessories | Tags: ,

Iota, the Seattle-based company that specializes in hand-held consumer electronics, has recently introduced the company first product called as FLEX, which is a rubber bracelet-shaped and easy to use GSM/ GPRS cellphone accessory.

FLEX - the wearable 2G cellphone
FLEX can be connected to tablets and other hand-held devices via Bluetooth or through the GSM networks around the world, which includes AT&T and T-Mobile in the US. This device is specially designed for consumers to make calls and send short massages on any device effortlessly rather than using their cellphone.

FLEX is currently in the early development stage and it is going to have a built-in SIM card and capable to bring the voice and text data to Android tablets; e-readers and notebooks wirelessly. Users can securely their personalize content across multiple devices by just using one SIM card. It is absolutely a new mobile experience for those people who dealing with multiple electronic devices.

It will be come in a compact size and easy carry in a pulse, wearing it on hand, clipping it to a bag or pairing it with an Android device, e-reader or notebook, so users can easily make or receive calls through FLEX.

Specifications of FLEX,
1. Supports Bluetooth 2.1.
2. Use as a SIM card reader.
3. 3.5mm headset and microphone jack.
4. Quad band GMS/ GPRS 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz.
5. 400mAh of battery and chargeable via Micro USB charge port.

FLEX will soon available in Winter 2010 for the suggested retail price of $100 and it would cost extra $40 a month for unlimited calling and messaging from the service provider.

Information via iotadeveloper.


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