The urban environmentalist on your list will appreciate the Nuo Mobile Field Bag 17, which is made of eco-friendly RPET recycled polyester. Available in black or brown, this messenger is also 100-percent PVC-free and sports synthetic leather trim. It’s designed to fit even monster-sized systems up to 17.3 inches, and the padded quick-access pocket can hold an iPad. The rear luggage handle strap makes this bag a great travel companion.
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We recently introduced a new collection of molded sleeves for iPad, Kindle, eReaders and Tablets. The new sleeves are made of a material called METRIC 66. So what exactly is METRIC 66 and what makes it different than neoprene?
METRIC 66 is a protective molded foam material that is actually used in swimwear and intimate apparel. Since the material is easily molded, we can create authentic designer impressions on the product such as the ones pictures above. In addition, METRIC 66 is a breathable, lighweight fabric. Why does this matter? Since it is breathable, it will not overheat or trap the heat from your gadgets like the standard neoprene sleeves/cases that are on the market today.
Do you care about the environment? We do. METRIC 66 is chemical free – NO HARMFUL SUBSTANCES unlike neoprene which does contain harmful chemicals.
Want to learn more about the new collection of molded sleeves for iPad, Kindle, eReaders and Tablets? See it live here!
Need to update your business or weekend wardrobe, but don’t have the time to scrutinize yourself in the fitting room mirror? Researchers at PARC are working on putting an end to dressing room indecision. BNET The technology is referred to as a “responsive mirror”. Check out this story and try this new technology on for size.
Retailers are re-evaluating the importance of the dressing room and realizing that this piece of store real-estate is a crucial tool that should be used to drive a customer to sale. Stores are being designed in a way that features the changing-room as the focus of the experience—and added value services are being provided to shoppers as they make their way through their purchase paths.
So Nuo thought we would ask all our friends, Facebook fans and followers of our blog – what would you like to see in the future of dressing rooms? What retailers are doing unique things that you like in terms of the “customer and dressing room experience”? Do you find yourself making purchases more in store or online? What are your ideas about the future of dressing rooms and shopping?