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ConnectorR Launch Indiegogo Project for Smartphone Gadget
A Maryland TEDCO funded company is seeking crowd-funding to manufacture “Wear Your Smartphone On Your Wrist” device
Force Field Designs LLC has developed ConnectorR, a product that enables smartphones to be used in the most intuitive and interactive positions. With ConnectorR, users can free their hands to do day-to-day tasks while giving instant access to visual and sound information. The product enables users to wear their smartphones, GPS and other mobile devices on their wrists, arms, or in their cars. After firm attachment, they can rotate the orientation of the devices as they need to for optimal interaction.
Individuals who would like to take part in helping a start-up to further its development and manufacturing in order to make this product a retail reality can become backers for the project on Indiegogo. Funding amount starts at $1, and for $49 backers will receive an actual limited edition product if the Indiegogo project successfully reaches its funding goal.
“I want ConnectorR to deliver even more mobility with your mobile device. Therefore, I’ve designed it to be lightweight yet strong and secure. The product is made of full metal in a modern and stylish design. What’s more, it’s compatible with any device that has a 2”x2” flat service on the back.” said ConnectorR Inventor and Designer, Dmitry Ostrogorsky.
Force Field Designs LLC is a Maryland based start-up company. Its core product is a device that allows mobile devices to be mounted on wrist, arm, belt, car dashboard or other places for maximum mobility. In 2012, ConnectorR development received business assistance from the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) Rural Business Innovation Initiative (RBI2). The company was founded by Dmitry Kubin (Ostrogorsky)
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