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Wireless Finger Gestures with ‘Ring’

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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“Ring” is probably one of the coolest gadgets at CES at the moment, and surprisingly not a concept. The ring can detect the tiniest finger movements, allowing the user to draw gestures in the air to trigger specific tasks through their phone.

The design is beautiful, if a bit feminine, and so is it’s charging stand. The battery lasts a few days which is far better than all but one smartwatch on the market at the moment. And for $269.99 (£177.53) it’s not massively expensive.

The Ring is currently out of stock, but since they’re at CES chances are they’re not going out of business any time soon so keep posted on their website.

Posted 05th Jan 2015
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