Jun 11 2014, 2:53pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Females are usually the ones who are missing important calls and texts merely because their phones are hidden inside their crowded bags and purses. We also cant avoid this by keeping the phones in our hands at all times because that’s not always possible and not all female clothing has pockets stitched into them. So in order to overcome this major problem, start-up Ringly has come up with a smart ring which has the ability t give off customizable Bluetooth notifications, flashing different color LED lights and vibration patterns which depend on the nature of the alert.
We would give it a thumbs up for functionality but the women are going to love it more for its style. It is certainly an inconspicuous gadget, and with a flexible, color-coded notification system, it looks a very well thought-out product. Ringly is going to connect to your phones with Bluetooth LE and it comes with a companion app which lets it to be customized completely according to our needs. You can set different colors for different alerts such as red for missed calls and blue for missed texts. Those who are going to preorder the ring right now will save 25% off the actual retail price and get the ring for $145.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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