Oh we were so waiting for this one! The market got tired of seeing new forms of high-tech smart phones and other weird-looking devices being introduced in the market with slight differences. The market was waiting for something big so Rohildev N. thought, why not? Why not create something that could potentially control everything from a palm of a hand. He calls it, Fin.

We can’t explain what Fin by Rohildev actually does unless we remind you of the pre-historic times when the Bluetooth was first introduced and made people look like they were talking to themselves. Fin is going to make people look like they are playing with their hands but you will be surprised with that the device actually does.

Fin by Rohildev N

Fin

Fin by Rohildev is a high-tech ring that can be worn on your thumb, enabling your hand to become the controlling device. No need for remotes, this device can enable you to control your smart phone, television, basically anything digital and has Bluetooth. They are calling it the digital touch interface device.

The device, since its launch, has been featured on all major platforms including TechCrunch, Discovery, Mashable, you name it. Moreover, the device has already raised $200,000 from pre-orders by 1600 people around the world, reported Times of India.

Rohildev N. from Kerela, India told Mashable, “”People in today’s world are becoming busier, but still they are wasting a lot of time interacting with their smart devices. Fin removes this interaction gap by allowing users to quickly interact with those devices.” Pretty smart – we’d say. Gestures and taps will let you control all of your devices, even saving you the energy of finding your phone in one of your pockets.

Fin by Rohildev is expected to release this September 2014 and will be priced at $120, making it highly affordable as well. We can’t wait for it to hit the markets!

Harsh Shah

Harsh Shah

A highly motivated individual with a hunger to learn and share as much as I can about everything. Masters in Interaction Design with a Bachelors in Computer Science. I have worked with clients across the globe on various design and tech projects. I believe in giving back and that's how ReadMeNow was founded.

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