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6 Responses to About

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    Phillipe says:

    Hello Gadget Lite,

    As a huge fan of Gadget Lite, I look forward to sharing with you and possibly your readers, the world’s thinnest and smartest wallet, Ping*. Our Kickstarter page is live and has some key points on why the Ping* wallet is so unique.

    We truly believe that the Ping* smart wallet could be a great story for your readers for multiple reasons including:

    • Ping* is the first wallet built with anti-loss, anti-theft and card reminder technology. This can help prevent ID and wallet theft, as well as losing the wallet.

    • Ping* uses innovative technology. It connects to your iPhone and Android smart phones using Bluetooth 4.0. Ping* sends you an alert reminding you to return your card back to your wallet after each use or if a card has been removed. You can also open a tab and the Ping* app will remind you at a later time that the card has not been returned. The wallet can be located using proximity searches and sounds in the event the wallet is misplaced or stolen. Ping* also comes with a battery that can last up to 2 years.

    • Ping* has a minimalist design. At just 3mm thick, the Ping* wallet is made with two single pieces of aluminum and a choice of 9 color elastic bands. The anodized aluminum comes with 6 optional colors and is incredibly lightweight, sleek and modern.

    If you’re interested, I’ll be more than happy to answer any questions and to send you more info as well as high resolution photos to make the writing process easy for you. Thank you so much for your time and for visiting our Kickstarter page.

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    NewIphone says:

    Have you idea if with the new Iphone 6 will be possible to find the “old” Iphone 5 at less then 100-150 (euro, pound, dollar …) ?

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