Pinto pushes freedom and safety in new category of storage devices and wearables

We’ve grown accustomed to USB sticks in just about every shape or size, but a company called BeanBeam believes there’s a market for wearable wristband storage devices. It’s called Pinto.

Measuring in at 10 mm (0.3 in) thick, 15 mm (0.5 in) wide and 55 mm (2.1 in) long, it’s being billed as the world’s first Bluetooth storage wristband with no USB plug and a wearable alternative to cloud storage.

The one-size-fits-all wristband is contoured to fit the user and comes with an adjustable rubber strap and safety clasp. “We went through many design levels to create a product that will not only look different than any wristband on the market, but will also do something different,” explains BeanBeam Designer Corina Nika.

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