Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Mujjo touchscreen gloves let you access your phone and stay warm.

Dutch-based, Mujjo, an online start-up has launched a new set of touchscreen gloves with a spin on high-tech conductivity. These gloves allow the wearer to "use all fingertips, knuckles and even the heel or the palm of the hand" to operate their touchscreen devices. Touchscreen winter gloves in previous seasons have only allowed the wearer to operate screens with one or two fingers from each hand. These new gloves by Mujjo provide the wearer with more options for use, since all areas of the glove are usable.

Mujjo's touchscreen compatible winter gloves work with all capacitive touchscreen devices, including the iPhone and the iPad as well as BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC and LG phones. Capacitive touchscreens work by sensing the conductive properties of your skin. Mujjo gloves are made of silver-coated nylon fibers that are knitted into the fabric of the glove. These silver-coated nylon fibers make the gloves conductive and therefore, touchscreen compatible. The Mujjo touchscreen gloves are available at the Mujjo online store for € 24,95 (approx Rs.1,729). They come in two unisex sizes: Small / Medium and Medium / Large and are made from stretchable fibre. More information on the gloves is available here. Head over to the video below to check out the touchscreen gloves.

Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves originals from Mujjo on Vimeo.

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