HONG KONG, Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Shell2D, a brand created by Teno Technology Co. LTD and formed by a young and innovative group of engineers has announced the launch through the Kickstarter campaign of their versatile Shell2D, an ultra-thin phone case that doubles battery life, provides a convenient mounting solution and recharges using any certified lightning cable.
Phone cases with built-in batteries are not new, however the Shell2D has advanced features which make it a new leader in the market. By using 'slim power' battery technology the Shell2D achieves an ultra-thin profile that adds convenience and ergonomics. Additionally, the cases are available in a magnetic version that makes mounting phones easier than ever before. When used with the dedicated car mount, the Shell2D makes traveling easier and safer without messy wires and eliminating the need for non-certified aftermarket car chargers.
The team at Shell2D had further versatility in mind too, adding a magnetic insert into the case for simple, secure mounting to flat metal surfaces and specifically designed to work with an all new universal car mount that they developed. Recognizing that iPhone use in vehicles for navigation and other purposes was widespread, they wanted a system that would eliminate unsightly and tangled wires for a safe and clutter free solution.
The Shell2D also brings a fresh approach to charging. Rather than having to remove the phone from the case or use a proprietary charge cable, the Shell2D is designed to safely and quickly recharge using a Lightning cable without ever having to remove the phone from its protective case.
The Shell2D is currently being introduced with special pricing and incentives on Kickstarter to reward early supporters with prices starting at $36 USD.
Shell2D is a brand created by TENO TECHNOLOGY COMPANY LIMITED, an innovative team of engineers and product developers that are finding new, better solutions for smartphones.
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