Four iPhone-Related Products Introduced by UB3Rfun at CES
Four new iPhone-related products were launched by UB3Rfun at the International Consumer Electronics Show or CES (News - Alert). Fun and functionality can be introduced into the workplace with these products. An announcement in this regard has been made by the new custom manufacturing firm, UB3Rfun.
In a release, Ryan Teixeira, founder of UB3Rfun said, “After a combined 16 years of working in Silicon Valley, we decided to stop taking ourselves so seriously. We came to the realization that injecting a light-hearted spirit into the brand and messaging is something we all can use a little bit more of in our lives, not just great products."
The smartphone experience is enhanced by the UB3Rdock, UB3Rgamer and UB3Rstand. While eliminating the use of electronics or battery-operated devices, these devices are still able to amplify iPhone's audio. These easily portable devices also offer HD color and 3D printed pre-production versions. These versions come in different colors and realistic material textures like wood and carbon fiber.
Teixeira said, “We are embracing our community by choosing to manufacture here in the United States. We know that this may increase our prices but we want to give back to our community, put Americans to work and simply do the right thing.”
While the UB3Rgamer and UB3Rstand are priced at $49 each, the UB3Rdock is available for $69. All these products can be purchased at Kickstarter.com. For $95, high-definition, 3D-printed composite UB3Rdocks are available in five different color schemes for a limited time. Similarly, for $190, a limited series of 50 of the docks built from solid AI 6061-T6 billet aluminum can be purchased. These are available in black or titanium-anodized finish. All four UB3Rfun products can be also purchased for $165.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell