Neyya Bluetooth Enabled Smart Ring Lets You Control Your Presentations, GoPro and iPhone

Can you imagine what you will look like when your fingers, wrists and head have been occupied by wearable devices? Can’t? Then lets Neyya Bluetooth smart ring be the first invader.

Neyya Bluetooth Enabled Smart Ring

The Neyya is a versatile, Bluetooth-enabled smart ring that comes in three sizes for different wearers. As a ring, Neyya doesn’t give us too much stylish and luxurious feeling. A rhombic black cap looks a bit offhand, but with the benefit of two optional titanium and golf finishes, the smart ring can quietly stay on your finger or match your low-profile style, and its LED light beneath the cap imply others that high-tech has been integrated in the ring.

Neyya Bluetooth Enabled Smart Ring

The Neyya works with iPhone, Mac and Windows computers. Using built-in Bluetooth technology, the smart ring wirelessly communicate with your Bluetooth-enabled computer or smartphone, so you can remotely control your PowerPoint, Keynote and Prezi presentations with taps and swipes. And you can also use it as a remote shutter to control your iPhone for perfect selfies and group photos.

Moreover, the ring is able to control your GoPro Hero action camera, and just swiping or tapping the ring also allows you to change channels streamed by your Roku. Meanwhile, using its custom app, you can set reminders for various purposes. When the time has come, you can get a kind buzz from your Neyya. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers 3 days of use or 10 days if standby time between charges.

Neyya Bluetooth Enabled Smart Ring

The Neyya smart ring comes in three sizes starting at $134.78 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss Ringly smart ring and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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