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Make A Call With These Bluetooth-Enabled Gloves

Make A Call With These Bluetooth-Enabled Gloves
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The Hi-Call gloves from Hi-Fun have a microphone in the pinky and a speaker in the thumb, allowing the wearer to talk while making a ‘call me’ gesture.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 september 2012

European company Hi-Fun is releasing a pair of Bluetooth-enabled gloves that let you make phone calls. The new product for winter allows you to speak into your glove and listen to the other person, instead of removing your gloves and getting cold hands.

Make A Call With These Bluetooth-Enabled Gloves

The Hi-Call gloves have a microphone in the little finger and a speaker in the thumb, allowing the wearer to speak while making a ‘call me’ gesture. The gloves are compatible with all phones that have Bluetooth and their capacitive technology also lets you control the touchscreen. A microUSB to USB charging cable is included and they will be available for men and women in black and grey when they are released in October for €49.99.

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