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Smartphone gets Syte Sleeve
Dec '11
The iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone smartphones are the future of personal computing and communication. To answer the call for equally innovative clothing, Syte Gear delivers with the Syte Sleeve.

The Syte Sleeve keeps your phone protected, yet still accessible at a moment's notice. The sleeve uses a breathable fabric that conforms to the arm. The pocket can hold bare or encased smartphones firmly on the wrist, and the built-in screen protector shields debris while providing multi-touch access. The Syte Sleeve works with the majority of smartphones including the Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, HTC EVO, and Motorola DROID.

Hundreds of hours of design and testing have gone into the Syte Sleeve to develop a great product. While in the Syte Sleeve, devices remain functional with complete screen sensitivity and port accessibility at both the top and bottom of the phone.

“Our focus on the Syte Sleeve was to create an elegant solution for as many smartphones as possible,” Syte Gear Founder Joseph Young said. “The way we interact with technology is changing and the Syte Sleeve is designed for where we're heading.”

The Syte Sleeve is launching on Kickstarter and will be shipping in early 2012 if the project is successfully funded.

“We believe in the emerging power of community and the individual to bring ideas to life and we hope that this is just the beginning of Syte Gear,” says Joseph Young.

Built on the foundation of diligence, innovation, and community, Syte Gear is a leader in the emerging interactive clothing market. Syte Gear released the first interactive iPad shirt with the Syte Shirt and received global recognition for their unique designs. Syte Gear was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Poway, California.

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