The industry of wearable technology is progressively garnering substantial interest from consumers all around the world. As we advance further into the future, people are demanding smarter and smarter pieces of equipment as a means to compensate to the hectic and challenging burdens of life. Thus, manufacturers of consumer electronics have taken advantage of this need, which caused them to frantically give their best efforts in creating smart devices that are what this 21st century is yearning for.
Not so long ago, smartwatches (e.g., Samsung Galaxy Gear) had made their debut on the market. Initially, they were deemed a useless piece of junk, with nothing more than a bunch of senseless features. In a nutshell, they were thought of just a waste of money. But as soon as their real purpose was realized, they have captured the hearts-and pockets-of their prospective diehard fanatics. And with the advancement of technology in mobile computing, their capabilities were vastly enhanced.
However, just as smartwatches are about to reach epic proportions, their road to stardom has already been threatened by the emerging technology in the name of the Smarty Ring. It is a contraption under the category wearable technology that is worn on oneâs fingers-as the word ring implies. In the YouTube video promoting the product, there it says, Mobile users check their smart phones an average of 150 times per day, and thatâs definitely true. With the help of the Smarty Ring, mobile users can reduce that amount by 60 percent. It aims to replace ringtones using a more stylish, more interactive approach.
In order to appreciate the Smarty Ring even better, letâs dig deeper to what it can do. It allows you to control your smartphone, such as accepting or rejecting calls, making calls, starting its camera, navigating through the music player, and changing the profile settings even without physically touching your handset. It helps you stay updated to your incoming and outgoing notifications, text and email alerts, and real time activities you have in Facebook, Twitter, Hangout and Skype. It also functions as a clock that can register up to five different time zones. If those are not enough, it can be used to track your phone wherever it is, so youâll never have to worry about misplacing your phone or thefts ever again. And check this out; itâs waterproof! Itâs perfect anywhere, on the go.
The Smarty Ring guarantees you 24 hours running time after every charge. Once it runs out of juice, you can simply charge it together with your smartphone at the same time using a wireless charger. To make full use of it, all you have to do is navigate through its user-friendly app that is compatible in both iOS and Android. If you feel like getting yourself a ring that isnât only for style but also for practical function, then pre-order now for only $175 to get the exact size for your finger. Thereafter, you just have to wait until April 2014 to get your very own Smarty Ring.