GoSolarUSA has revealed that the first demonstration-model of Yosion’s Apple Peel 520 devices is slated to invade America this week. The offering is fashioned by Chinese developer Yosion and is looked upon as a cutting-edge wireless skin.
It is basically a protective case equipped with a dock connector, battery and SIM card that slips onto an Ipod Touch. Once connected and properly installed, the device will allow the Ipod Touch to make phone calls and send text messages. It is guaranteed to sail up the nose of Steve Jobs.
Originally announced earlier this month, the Apple Peel 520 was developed by Yosion and distributed to Chinese retailers beginning last week. The new peripheral–designed like a protective case–was also reportedly heading to the States complete with a dock connector, a battery and a SIM card. However no firm release date was provided.
But now there may be signs that the peripheral is coming soon. On Tuesday GoSolarUSA, the North American distributor, said that the first demonstration models of the Apple Peel 520 devices are expected to arrive in the States sometime this week.
“We’re obviously very confident that consumer demand is high for the Apple Peel 520, and we’re looking forward to getting our hands on the first batch,” said GSLO President and CEO Tyson Rohde. “As soon as they arrive, we’ll begin distributing demonstration models to retail buyers across the country. The amount of interest in this product that we’ve received from distributors has been staggering.”
The company hasn’t yet disclosed any pricing or availability details on Yosion’s Apple Peel 520 devices. The Apple Peel features five hours of talk time and 120 hours of standby battery life. It is selling for $77 in China but will probably be priced at a bit more in the US.
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