HONG KONG and BERLIN, August 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
In just two years Elari has evolved from a bright innovator with its anti-smartphone Elari CardPhone to an acknowledged brand with the wide range of miniature consumer gadgets. This year Elari will present its next generation of fun gadgets in IFA 2017 that will be held in Berlin September 1-6th.
Today’s world is changing faster and faster and as mankind becomes lost in pursuit of new technologies it sometimes forgets the true meaning of life: family, friends, connectivity, conversation. Elari will help you to stop investing too much time into your smartphone and go on a Digital Detox.
Find moments when you put away your smartphone and are there for others with our flagship anti-smartphone - Elari NanoPhone C. It combines functions of a regular ultra-compact mobile phone with functionality of a Bluetooth companion or an intelligent remote control/handset for your smartphone. Elari NanoPhone C allows you to put away your smartphone but stay reachable with own SIM card, make and receive calls through your smartphone, entertain friends with Magic Voice function, record lectures and phone conversations to a microSD card, listen to MP3 music, FM radio and much more.
Talk with real people without language barriers using Elari PolyGlot - a dedicated pocket-sized instant translation device, which HEARS what you say in one language, and immediately SAYS the same phrase in the language of your choice. The revolutionary AI-translator can translate your speech in real time into more than 80 languages and is a must for anyone who likes to travel to other countries, or just talk with people from around the world.
If you need to fidget with your fingers - stop digging your smartphone for this, use Elari SmartSpin Model X - first multi-axis 3D-spinner in the world. It is made of highest quality stainless steel and can spin around three vertical and one horisontal axis. This unique premium spinner is designed to provide maximum comfort and fun to your fingers, spirit and mind.
Elari wants to show that even in the world of high speed Internet (HHH) and smartphones we can still be connected to people not only virtually, but on a deep personal level, and now even across languages and cultures.
PR and marketing communications manager