Seattle, WA, May 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- emonster, a software applications and services company with offices in Seattle and Tokyo, today announced the launch of a project on KICKSTARTER, the fundraising platform for creative projects, to raise funds for their first hardware project, a 6th generation iPod nano watch conversion kit named "nanox."
According to Enrique Bonansea, the emonster CEO - "With a clean, simple design, we believe the nanox to be the most stylish iPod nano watch conversion kit to date. The nanox will be available in aluminum, anodized aluminum in seven colours (silver, black, white, blue, green, orange and pink), stainless steel and titanium. Silicone straps will be produced in the same six colors plus a transparent version, and will also be sold separately, so our customers can pick and mix to create their own look. The nanox has an easy to use, no tools required system to quickly insert or remove a 6th gen iPod nano. Each nanox will ship with two connector protector covers and two transparent screen protector sheets."
The company aims to raise USD $75,000 from the KICKSTARTER project, and commence shipment of nanox kits in early August 2011.
For more details, visit the emonster KICKSTARTER project page at:
emonster was founded in US in 1992 and in 2006 emonster established its new Tokyo office.
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