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2010 International CES – ZOMM The World’s First Wireless Leash For Mobile Phones Unveiled


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I attended 2010 International CES last night (January 5, 2010), located at The Venetian, Las Vegas, Nevada, where the ZOMM the world’s first bluetooth wireless leash for mobile phones was unveiled.  ZOMM won the 2010 International CES “The Best of Innovations” Award.

According to the representative that I spoke with at the ZOMM booth, if your cell phone is blue tooth enable you no longer have to worry about

  • Losing your mobile phone because the ZOMM will sound an alarm if you walk away from your phone;
  • Missing an important phone call because the ZOMM allows you to answer your cell phone via a speakerphone located on the ZOMM
  • Your safety because the ZOMM will create a shrieking  panic alarm and/or call emergency assistance from anywhere in the world with just one press of the button.

The ZOMM is “smaller than a normal electronic car key and easily attached to a key ring.  It fits comfortably in your pocket or purse and can even attach to a piece of clothing or workout gear.  Similar in diameter to a poker chip, ZOMM features a single button for ease of use, LED lights for visual notifications, a microphone for two-way communications and a speaker for audible alerts including full speakerphone functionality.

For more information about ZOMM, please visit www.zomm.com

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  1. sunil varma
    March 24, 2010 at 5:01 am

    i want d ppt of the zomm

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