Xenxo, the smart ring that connects to your iPhone and Mac — 2022
In the world of crowdfunding we find really interesting gadgets, such as Xenxo , a ring that connects to the iPhone and is capable of making payments, issuing an emergency or even making phone calls.
Xenxo is in the fundraising phase through Kickstarter, but the success it is having is tremendous. The creators have raised almost $250,000 for this project, where you can still sponsor it if you are interested.
Crowdfunding projects are a way of financing a project through individuals, in this way, the creators, in addition to getting financing without resorting to banks, they also know if a product will be successful or of relevant interest.
Xenxo for iPhone
This smart ring offers a number of very interesting options. If for any reason you do not want to take a Apple Watch but if you are interested in having some similar functions in a discreet way, Xenxo offers all of this:
- Payment with NFC meditative cards
- Phone calls
- interaction with Siri
- SOS call
- Alert in case you move away from your iPhone
- gesture control
- Health Parameters
- Proximity sensor
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Panic button
In addition to connecting you with our iPhone , is also compatible with macOS . For the latter, we have the possibility of using Xenxo as a remote control if we want to pause a song, increase the volume or skip to the next song. Among other functions.
This project is accompanied by a application that allows us to customize gestures and protect our data. Since with Xenxo we can use the ring as a USB memory
It is available in several colors with a few good ones finishes , a very minimalist design that is sure to please most users and a battery with a good autonomy . Both its price and its features make Xenxo one of the best options on the market at the moment.
Remember that if you decide to sponsor Xenxo before the financing ends, you can benefit from a discount exclusive before sale to the public. Depending on the option chosen, you will receive it from November or December of this year. In the worst case, January 2019.
What do you think of the idea of having all these functions in a smart ring?