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December 13, 2013

Wearable tech introduces the Smarty Ring

We've had glasses, watches and bracelets turned into gadgets, now the ring gets a tech makeover.

By Cbr Rolling Blog

With wearable technology becoming more popular with Google Glass, Galaxy Gear, Nike bands and a whole range of smart watches including the Pebble, it seems they won’t stop until every accessory can be made into a gadget.

We present: the Smarty Ring, a Bluetooth-enabled ring that allows users to receive smartphone alerts and manage phonecalls, all from one finger and without their phone in sight.

With a 24 hour battery life and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities, the Smarty Ring could be useful for those on the move who want to stay connected without having a phone in their palm 24/7.

The ring displays the time and can be used as a stopwatch and phone finder. It has a similar look to the Nike FuelBand on the market, with a unisex appeal.

The Smarty Ring is currently on Indiegogo, so if you want to see these in the shops soon, get bidding!

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