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Whynot Tech

October 15, 2015 08:00 ET

Whynot Tech Launches VRING, the First Smart Ring Focused on Voice Control

VRING Enables Users to Stop Swiping and Start Living Through Voice Command

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 15, 2015) - Today, Whynot Tech announces the launch of VRING, the first smart ring to focus on voice control. With a sleek and comfortable design, VRING combines fashion with function to make using a smartphone effortless and more efficient.

Using next-generation voice control technology, VRING enables users to search the Internet, find their phone and remotely control household appliances without having to hold their phone. The VRING also takes accurate notes for users and works with Chromecast to search videos on YouTube and play them directly on the big screen.

While cell phones provide an easy way to stay in touch and connect with others, recent studies have found that excessive use can take a toll on one's health. VRING was created to help people reduce the amount of time spent on their phones without completely disconnecting from technology. With one click and command, users' phones will do exactly what they ask so they can focus on the things that matter most.

"The average person spends 90 minutes on their cell phone every day. We developed VRING to give people more freedom to experience life and spend time with family and friends," said Canner Tang, founder of Whynot Tech. "Our goal is to make life easier and homes smarter by using the latest advancements in voice-recognition technology."

Available as a ring or wristband, VRING is a lightweight, waterproof device that instinctively responds to touch and voice. The aluminum unibody frame is sleek and slender, with the choice of three different colors. Through a free mobile app, VRING wirelessly connects to Bluetooth-enabled devices and comes with a rechargeable battery for seamless charging capabilities.

VRING launches today on Kickstarter with a campaign goal of $50,000. By pre-ordering through the campaign, consumers will contribute towards production of VRING. To contribute to the Kickstarter campaign, visit

About Why Not Tech
Why Not Tech is focused on designing wearable devices that make using a smartphone effortless and more efficient. The company's flagship product, VRING, uses the latest in voice control technology to reduce the amount of time spent on phones without completely disconnecting. For more information, visit

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