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NANOTIPS – make your gloves smarter

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The only reason I sometimes hate my biking gloves or any gloves for that matter is the fact that they don’t work with touchscreens. There are some that do, but for the majority of gloves you usually are given the choice of taking them off or poking holes in in the ends in order to use them with a smartphone. Not a great idea.

Worry no more because the all new NANOTIPS liquid is here to turn your dumb gloves into smarter ones, basically by making them useable with touchscreens. Don’t destroy your handware in anger any more, because this magic liquid will convert them into things that will work almost as well as dedicated stylii, except they’ll also keep you warm.

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This liquid base material is made of a polyamide solution, a few drops of which does the work of making them touchscreen friendly. Not only gloves either. It can also turn various different items, like rubber, leather or nylon implements, into touchscreen compatible tools. There are two types of the liquid, a blue form that is recommended for fabrics, while the black product is for other thick materia. NANOTIPS is available for $19.99 via Reign23.

 

Dil Soomro is a hardcore gamer, a true geek and is fascinated by everything that goes beep. His love for the latest technology is unexplainable in mere words.

Dil Soomro – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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