The world seems to be going crazy over the Smartwatch, the latest addition to the rapidly growing industry of wearables. But the HiSmart from Lepow, recently featured on Wired, may actually be more useful for everyday life than the Smartwatch. The HiSmart might not tell time, but so what? That’s just about the only thing that the Smart Watch has a leg up on in this race. Here are 8 reasons why the HiSmart is just plain better.
For 2 years the Lepow team has been hard at work developing the HiSmart bag. The HiSmart began as nothing more than an idea, however it has grown to become an innovative product in the rapidly growing field of wearable technology.
The Lepow team oversaw everything that went into the creation of the HiSmart. The brainstorming, sketching, development, design, manufacturing, and presentation of the HiSmart were difficult tasks, yet the team’s hard work paid off with the finished product.
In making the HiSmart come to life, Lepow wanted to create something that appealed to the urban city dweller. In an age where people are constantly connected to their smart devices, Lepow decided to develop a unisex bag that would allow for such connectivity.
The HiSmart bag is the latest in wearable technology from the Silicon Valley mobile accessories company Lepow. What makes the HiSmart bag stand out most is its functionality and practicality. It can link up with any of your smart devices, play music, make phone calls, take pictures and track your location. However, a closer look will reveal that the HiSmart is a truly durable and fashionable bag, particularly useful for urban dwellers that are constantly on the go.
A new trend is emerging, in which the fashion industry is blending with the rapidly developing world of technology. As we advance technologically, we want our clothing and gadgets to advance as well. The wearable technology market is growing at an unbelievable pace. Consumers are now demanding watches, glasses, clothing, and other accessories that are not just stylish, but technologically practical.