The Zing is the perfect Christmas gift, and is the new fashion wearable technology created by Cambridge based MvBii (pronounced Moo-Bee). On 23rd September the Zing goes ‘Live’ on Amazon to capture the Christmas market. At the same time you’re invited to a launch party at the Junction Theatre, Cambridge to see the Zing in action.
Zing combines the best features of a top line smartwatch, and offers more fun and interaction than a standard fitness tracker for an affordable price of £64.99. The product comes with a free app so you can enjoy all of its features.
One of the Zing’s most popular features is that you can visualise your activity over time, allowing people to become more mindful of how active they are without having to make a conscious effort to do so. The Zing acts as a remote for your smartphone, making it possible to take group selfies and change the music track you are listening to with a simple flick of the wrist.
When connected to the app, the Zing can also make use of Zing-ER messenger, where you can build closed and private friendship groups, and send animated messages by simply blowing on the Zing. There are games to play, and even a virtual coin toss to decide arguments!
Perfect for young people who do not want the distraction of a smartwatch, for mothers who want to keep active without counting calories, and for anyone who wants to keep in touch with friends and family without fuss, the Zing can be worn on your wrist, as a pendant, or in your pocket as a pebble.
Justin Pisani, founder, said: “Our company has all the right attributes to be a modern, hi-tech design and manufacturing business – speed, strong product design skill, a good network of global suppliers and lots of ideas. With wellbeing, we are particularly interested in helping communities, both young and old, to deal with the challenges of living with health or lifestyle issues.”
The Zing is available on Amazon, with a recommended retail price of £64.99. For further product information and details on where to buy, please visit www.mvbii.com