Bringrr Named Semi-Finalist in 2011 Last Gadget Standing Awards.
The just-announced Bringrr Charge differs markedly from traditional phone leash products like the well-known Zomm, Phone Halo or Blue Nio, which are expensive, need frequent charging, and are prone to generating false alarms if phone and keys to which the leash are attached, are separated. Bringrr is as simple-as-can-be, residing in the car’s power port, switching on automatically with the car ignition, and reminding the user if they have their phone, or not. In addition its cost can be half the price of a phone leash—and can charge the user’s phone too.
In the semi-final phase of the contest, several devices were pitted head-to-head and readers were asked to vote for their favorites and the one they found most appealing. The Bringrr Charge was put up against the Sony Ericsson LiveView remote display in The Battle of the Bluetooth Gizmos. The Bringrr gizmo won the match by more than a two-to-one margin.
Bringrr is demonstrating its new line of affordable two in one Car Charger / Bluetooth Reminder devices at Booth # 35345, South Hall 4 at CES 2011
Las Vegas, Nevada.
For more information visit: www.bringrr.com
Bringrr is an innovative consumer electronics company headquartered in New Hampshire. Started in 2009 by James Logan, Bringrr is dedicated to developing new and simple accessories geared at helping consumers improve their day-to-day lives.
Bringrr Systems, LLC
33 South Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Bringrr Systems, LLC
O 408 776 1279
C 408 500 8982
Bringrr Systems, LLC
O 888 944 8222
C 603 303 9788
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