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Le due rivoluzioni di i'm in anteprima mondiale al CES 2013 di Las Vegas: la nuova versione di i'm Watch e il lancio di i'm Here

LAS VEGAS, January 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

L'azienda italiana i'm, dopo l'incredibile successo riscontrato l'anno scorso con la presentazione in anteprima mondiale di i'm Watch - il primo smartwatch inventato al mondo e diventato un oggetto cult per gli amanti della tecnologia - ritorna a Las Vegas con grandi novità che rivoluzioneranno il mondo della comunicazione tecnologica: la nuova versione di i'm Watch e il lancio di un nuovo prodotto, i'm here. La presentazione è avvenuta martedì 8 gennaio 2013 al CES di Las Vegas, la fiera-evento più importante al mondo dedicata alla tecnologia, all'elettronica, al design e all'innovazione dove i'm era una tra le poche aziende italiane presenti. Tecnologia e design Made in Italy dei prodotti i'm, sono stati ancora una volta protagonisti in America.

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Tra le molte ed attesissime novità per i'm Watch, la presentazione ufficiale del nuovo sistema operativo i'm Droid 2, la versione custom di Android sviluppata dagli ingegneri di i'm per lo smartwatch che è diventato un gioiello tecnologico da polso dal design e tecnologia italiani. Evoluzioni che sono il frutto di un anno di ricerca e hanno portato allo sviluppo di i'm Droid 2 che è scaricabile su http://www.imsmart.com.

Altre importanti novità e nuove funzioni per i'm Droid 2 saranno presentate al Mobile World Congress di Barcellona a cui l'azienda parteciperà dal 25 al 28 febbraio 2013. "Evolution takes its byte!".

Questo nuovo sistema operativo presenta delle rivoluzioni come: Smart tethering che minimizza i consumi della batteria, i'm Cloud, i'music che consente l'ascolto di milioni di canzoni on-demand, i'mages la rivoluzionaria applicazione che permette allo smartphone di diventare "l'occhio" di i'm Watch, trasformandolo in una fotocamera;  i'market centinaia di app pronte per essere scaricate ed installate per tempo libero, giochi, ufficio, utilità, musica, e molto altro qui nel comunicato stampa.

I lettori, in occasione di questo grande lancio, possono usufruire di un promocode di 50 € da usare nello store online http://www.imsmart.com (promocode IMWATCH2013 valido fino al 20 gennaio 2013)

Altra grande novità è i'm Here. Manuel Zanella, già inventore di i'm Watch e Massimiliano Bertolini, socio e sales director, che sono stati al CES insieme ad Ennio Doris, partner finanziario del progetto i'm Watch, vogliono essere fautori di una nuova "filosofia" che porti nella vita di tutti i giorni il concetto dello Smart Living, ovvero una serie di moderne tecnologie e devices che possano portare ad un miglioramento della gestione della propria quotidianità. Per questo, in occasione del CES e insieme a tutte queste novità, i'm presenterà in anteprima mondiale i'm Here, il più piccolo, bello e sofisticato tracker GPS che si preannuncia essere una grande innovazione perché "Smart Living" vuol dire anche "Safe Living". i'm Here è il primo geolocalizzatore che segnala la propria posizione e quella di altre persone e ha al suo interno una SIM card, realizzata grazie ad una joint venture con un'altra società del gruppo, Zeromobile. i'm Here è un tracker GPS da indossare in grado di identificare la propria posizione geografica quella di altre persone e soprattutto in caso di pericolo permette di inviare, premendo solamente un tasto, una chiamata SOS. Avere il proprio tracking geografico o quello di una persona cara è l'ideale in diverse situazioni di rischio che possono accadere nella vita di tutti i giorni: per le mamme terrorizzate di perdere i propri figli al mare, al centro commerciale o in montagna durante un'escursione; per le persone che fanno sport estremi come l'alpinismo o il paracadutismo; per i malati affetti da patologie che provocano disfunzioni sensoriali come la perdita dell'orientamento e della cognizione dello spazio in cui si trovano. E così basterà connettersi e in poco tempo si traccerà il punto esatto di dove si trova la persona che stiamo cercando. In caso di pericolo per noi stessi un semplice tasto farà inviare una chiamata SOS a qualcuno da noi preselezionato. Anche il design è innovativo, questo nuovo dispositivo ha tutte le carte in regola per diventare un nuovo e comodissimo accessorio fashion: oltre ad essere incredibilmente piccolo e portatile, i'm Here è anche indossabile. Si può mettere al polso grazie al suo cinturino o agganciarlo alla giacca, tenerlo nello zaino o nella borsa e portarlo comodamente sempre con sé. Per i bimbi saranno disponibili dei modelli ergonomici dai colori divertentissimi pensati proprio per loro.


Per ulteriori informazioni: http://www.imsmart.com

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