Do you need to stay connected, but hate being glued to your cell phone? It’s time to meet Cubit, the new, wearable way to receive the real-time notifications you need without having to juggle your Smartphone. Cubit is a small wearable device, about the size of a few stacked poker chips, that you can wear on your wrist, keychain, or necklace, leaving you hands free. Cubit seamlessly pairs with your phone using low-energy Bluetooth technology, opening up endless possibilities to connect.
Here are just a few things that Cubit can do for you:
- Notifications: Cubit gives you notifications directly from your iOS device. Receive sleek and discreet updates as soon as they show up on your phone including texts, emails, social updates, calendar alerts, and calls.
- Range Finder: Prone to losing things? Cubit features a two-way Range Finder. Attach Cubit to your keys and find them easily, wherever they are. Misplace your phone? Use your Cubit to track it down.
- Wearable: Cubit can be worn anywhere. Wear it on your wrist, a keychain, or on your badge. If you can clip it, Cubit’s good to go. Cubit also shows your style. Upload your favorite team logo or a picture of your friends to the sleek OLED screen to show off who you are. Turn Cubit into its own fashion light show with colorful LED animations. We’ve also included lots of colors to choose from so you can match your Cubit to your wardrobe.
- Open Source: Cubit’s unique Smartphone app is open source and ready to be a part of your next big idea. Design the next fitness device, medical reminder, or even high-tech luggage tag. Touch sensors and an accelerometer turn this little Cubit into a giant world of possibility.
MbientLab, the San Francisco tech company behind Cubit, is excited to be launching this wearable on Kickstarter this month. Continue reading
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