Smart Wearable Has A Ring To It

Laying claim to being “the world’s smartest smart wearable”, the intelligent and elegant Xenxo S-Ring debuts. Its makers claim that it is going to be a valuable addition not only to the industry but to the society as well. It combines more than 12 features of six accessories into a single device along with performance and customization features. Xenxo S-Ring can replace your six accessories like Bluetooth Headset, Flash Drive, Fitness Tracker, Access Card, Wallet, Home Keys.

 

For an example of one function, users can receive calls directly, and make calls from the S-Ring and have conversations without any interruptions or the risk of someone else overhearing them. One can also store confidential files in it and access it from anywhere using a smartphone.

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The ring is also said to offer security in that it is unnoticeable to a potential mugger. Interesting in that rings are something muggers and other attackers are quite partial to stealing. Something to think about before possibly doing something at the Xenxo S-Ring campaign. According to the company, the first 300 backers will get a shot at buying the ring for $179 USD which is reportedly -40% of the original price. Learn more and remember, caveat emptor, visit Xenxo.

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