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StormFly: Like a PC On Your Wrist

A project in Barcelona, Spain by Doug Worple
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Bootable from a PC or Mac, StormFly is a secure, super-fast USB 3.0 with an Operating System, built into a cool wristband.
Backers: 1146
Average Pledge Per Backer: $106

Funded: $120,929 of $100,000
Dates: Jan 30th -> Mar 3rd (32 days)
Project By: Doug Worple
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StormFly Hits $100K On Kickstarter For Its 'PC On Your Wrist'

March 1st - via: thenextweb.com
Scrappy Barcelona, Spain-based startup Now Computing has big plans for its wearable USB 3.0 wristband that can be used to boot an entire operating system on almost any Mac or PC, out of the box. (Read More)

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Entrevista: Maye Mac-Swiney, sobre StornFly, Para todos La 2

February 28th - via: rtve.es
Un grupo de investigadores jóvenes ha creado el dispositivo StormFly, que parece llamado a revolucionar el mundo de la computación portátil. Este dispositivo permite trasladar en una pulsera todo tipo de archivos, además de un sistema operativo completo, es decir todo el ordenador del usuario. De esta forma, cualquiera podrá conectar su propio ordenador en cualquier lugar y momento, simplemente poniendo en contacto la pulsera con un equipo, ya sea PC o Mac. (Read More)

Rounded Rectangles: A Wearable Computer That's Actually a Wearable Computer

February 26th - via: maclife.com
We've been reading a lot about wearable computers these days. From Google Glass to Pebble to Apple's rumored iWatch, it seems like everyone is developing some kind of high-tech fashion accessory, with the singular goal of making it easier to access the data on the devices we use each day. (Read More)

StormFly Skydiving!!!!

February 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Backers,We thought you all might enjoy this video of friends of ours hopping out of an airplane with StormFly. You really can take your stuff ANYWHERE!!!Enjoy. The StormFly team. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151528072414560  (Read More)

'I Kickstarted the Storm' T-shirt

February 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers,  Looks like we finally have our 'I Kickstarted the Storm' T-shirt!  Thanks to everybody who voted and chose this design, we are sure it will look GREAT on you all.  Remember to keep sharing our project with all your contacts so that... (Read More)

StormFly Wristband Lets You Wear an Operating System

February 13th - via: mashable.com
There's a plethora of flash drive wristbands out there, but few let you fit an entire computer on your arm. One company specializing in portable operating systems created StormFly, a wearable storage device that allows users to run OSes on separate devices. (Read More)

StormFly USB bracelet: An OS you can wear on your wrist

February 7th - via: digitaltrends.com
The StormFly may look like one of those rubber LiveStrong bracelets, but if you plug it into a computer, it works its magic. This USB device comes with its own operating system, so you can turn any computer into your own. (Read More)

Stormfly puts a computer on your wrist, lets you browse undetected at work

February 5th - via: guyism.com
A lot of technology, right now, is focused on dragging your computer around with you in smaller forms. Phones that plug into docks and become computers, uploading everything to the cloud, tablets with covers that turn into keyboards… (Read More)

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