AZ Tech Beat Recommends Pongs

Hi Pong Friends,

I was just in Phoenix a couple of weeks back for a triathlon. Actually, it was Tempe, but it felt like Phoenix to me. Anyway, the entire area seems really hip and in tune with health and wellness.  So when I saw that Phoenix’s own AZTechBeat.com has recommended our Pong cell phone case in its “Gadgets for the Guru: Holiday Gadgets Guide” I just had to share.

Check it out here.

Have a great day,

Rob

How to Minimize Cell Phone Radiation Exposure from DailyMom.com

Hi Pong Friends,

The Daily Mom isn’t in the pocket of big business, she’s just looking out for folks like you and me. Check out what she had to say about cell phone radiation.

HOW TO MINIMIZE CELL PHONE RADIATION EXPOSURE

There are nearly 7 billion active mobile subscriptions worldwide right now. This enormous number of cellular devices makes up over 95% of the population across the globe. With rising numbers everyday, it is predicted that soon there will be more active cell phones in the world than there are people. Wrap your brain around that one for a second!

As the world becomes overwhelmed by cell phones, so does our exposure to potential radiation dangers. Although research has come up inconsistent and inconclusive, there are concerns that the non-ionizing radiation that cell phones emit could be a possible cancer-causing carcinogen. (more)

Thanks,

Rob

Pong iPad Case Receives Glowing Review at GoneKlippinKrazy.com

Hi Pong Friends,

Laurel over at GoneKlippinKrazy.com gave a great review of our Pong iPad Case for the iPad 2/3/4.

Here are some of her comments:

“Did you know that Pong is the only iPad case that does not cover its proximity sensor. A proximity sensor on an iPad detects if the iPad is close to the users body. When that sensor is activated it will reduce the iPad’s cellular radio output by up to 85%. This sensor does not recognize the difference between a body and other objects. So if you are not using a patented Pong case it is limiting your iPad’s antenna transmit power. Pong claims to be the only case that allows the iPads to function optimally.

The iPad fit with ease into the case and each corner snapped on to keep it secure. The case itself can be folded into four different positions. You can choose a position for typing, browsing or watching videos. The magnets in the front cover will hold the cover in different folded positions. When I first tried to fold the cover into a stand I was a little confused. Once you realize how to fold it, it becomes second nature.”

Check the entire review here.

Have a great day,

Rob