Pong’s launch of the Gold Reveal design earlier this month has been a great success. We’re grateful for all the praise we’ve received. Fast Company called the Gold Reveal case “equal parts safety and eye candy.” Wired Magazine even called the case “sexy.” Wow!
We are excited to announce that cases for the Samsung Galaxy S4 are now available for pre-order. Like all the Gold Reveal cases, the Gold Reveal Case for Samsung Galaxy S4 allows you to see the built-in antenna technology, plated in pure gold plating for protection. It’s a fusion of art and science. The S4 case will be available initially in charcoal black.
Since we released our new Gold Reveal cases, you may have noticed lots of people talking about them. We don’t like to brag, but we can’t help but feel a little giddy. It’s great that our newly designed cases are getting attention. Even better, it means that we’re spreading the word about how Pong technology reduces exposure to wireless energy.
Here are just some of things people have said about our new cases.
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Google Glass ushers in a new trend in wireless devices. A wearable computer with head mounted display, Google Glass captures a lot of attention with its design, functions and life-style implication. Though it is not yet on sale, some people have raised concerns that Google Glass introduces new types of radiation exposure risks due to the way in which it is worn. This article explores the implications of on-body wireless devices on radiation exposure.
Like all wireless devices, Google Glass emits electromagnetic radiation, called non-ionizing radiation, in the radio-frequency (RF) range in operation. The prototype Google Glass has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antennas but no cellular antenna. Although there is still no consensus on whether this type of radiation is harmful to human body, growing scientific evidence shows correlation between wireless radiation and adverse health effects, including but not limited to brain tumors, impaired brain function, sperm damage and behavioral problems in children. In May 2011, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” based on increased risk of brain tumors.
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