New York, NY, December 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Leading keynote speaker and trends expert Daniel Levine is reporting a growing number of wearable tech trends for the cold weather. As winter sets in and consumers bundle up in jackets, gloves, and hats, technology developers are finding more opportunities to keep customers connected.
Levine is seeing a growing number of devices for winter gloves. One designer has created a pair of gloves that uses to a Bluetooth connection, allowing the wearer to navigate their smart phone without having to uncover their hands. Another creator has gone further, inventing a pair of gloves with a built-in phone. And for skiers, there are gloves that offer GPS-based information on conditions, location, and weather.
Skiers are also seeing smart technology attached to their goggles. A company is selling high-end eye protection complete with computer readouts and GPS-powered location at eye level.
Levine is also reporting numerous examples of hats and earmuffs with built-in headphones and microphones which can readily be connected to smart phones and other devices.
“Developers are realizing that smart technology users don’t want to be slowed down by cold weather,” says Levine, a leading expert on consumer trends. “Instead, producers are creating ways for daily life to continue without the inconvenience of exposure to the cold. This trend is another reflection of how connected our lives have become.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a consumer trends expert and public speaker. As a keynote speaker, he entertains and informs audiences while showing them how to embrace the latest developments. As a consultant and marketing specialist, Daniel helps firms embrace changes to maximize sales and profits. Learn more at DanielLevine.com
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