Gone are the days when wearable devices seen as tools primarily designed to track your life as the new entrant is here to surprise you. First of all, the traditional charging cables are not wearable. You store them either in your bags or pockets, the least you want is when your device flags in low battery, yet you couldn’t sort out your tangled cables. By the time you did, your phone is power off.
Part of the genius of the device – which sports a minimalist design suitable for a man or a woman — is that it does look like a piece of jewelery. But unfold the bracelet and you'll find a hidden charging connector – a micro USB connector for android phone.
There are number of models present in market to choose from most of them are stylish looking bracelets can be used as cable to connect your phone to laptop or power bank, while some more advanced versions allow charging Depending upon the device being charged, Bracelet is powered by lithium-ion battery can charge your device up to 60%. And the bracelet takes 60-90 minutes to charge and last for 30 days on standby.
First, the attackers tamper with the charging stations or cables in public areas, and install malicious software on them. This software then infects the phones of unsuspecting users who subsequently plug into the tampered charger.
The software can invade, damage or even disable your phone. It can also steal or delete data from your phone and possibly spy on your usage activity, to the extent of transmitting your personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords, photos, and emails to the perpetrator.
Here are some tips about why you should own one like this:
So grab a one for you and your dear ones and be a part of the new trend.