hi-Call Bluetooth glove infuses new life in gestural calling
We often see people using the traditional “call me” or “I’ll call you” hand gesture while moving across the street, especially when they are in a hurry and don’t have enough time for a formal talk with friends. Giving a whole new dimension to the gesture-controlled calling, Italian company hi-Fun has developed a Bluetooth glove dubbed the “hi-Call” that lets you to talk through your hand.
Integrating a speaker and microphone into thumb and pinkie of the left glove, the hi-Call not only lets you communicate with hand gesture but also protects your hand from cold. Compatible with all Bluetooth cellphones, the glove comes built-in with the capacitive technology that allows you to control the touchscreen of your Smartphone.
Offered in different sizes for both men and women, the hi-Call also includes microUSB charging cable. The trendy glove provides the battery backup of 10 days in standby mode and 20 hours in conversation mode. Priced at €50 ($64), the hi-Call is expected to reach the stores by next month.