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Thiphone for Cell Phones and Touch Screen Devices

  • Publish Date : 2009/09/24 - (Rev. 2010/07/13)
  • Author : David Spotts

Synopsis:

The Thiphone is an accessory for mobile phones and netbooks that allows you to securely attach your iPhone or device to your thigh.

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The Thiphone is an accessory for mobile phones and netbooks that allows you to securely attach your iPhone or device to your thigh so that your hands can remain free.

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The Thiphone is a simple new product that seems a little unusual at first but after you think about it, makes a lot of sense.

The Thiphone is an accessory for mobile phones and netbooks that allows you to securely attach your iPhone or device to your thigh so that your hands can remain free. Inspired by pilots who use a thing called a knee-board for their takeoff and landing checklists, the Thiphone has proven to be perfect for a number of niche applications such as private pilots and people with disabilities.

Touch screen devices such as the iPhone or the Palm Pre require two hands, or one hand and a thigh to be able to interact with them. If you are limited to the use of only one arm or hand, the Thiphone can support your phone or device so that you can use your good arm to interface with the phone.

The Thiphone is also perfect for people confined to wheel chairs who simply need a more convenient place to hold their phone. The scenarios for use are too many to name.

The great thing about the Thiphone is that it is a simple product that works for almost anyone. It is inexpensive ($19.99) and it works really well.

Go to www.thiphone.com to learn more about the Thiphone and read customer reviews.


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