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Keep your finger on the pulse of things with this Bluetooth ring

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In the quest for the smallest Bluetooth device possible, Origami Labs may be leading the pack
The Hong Kong start-up that builds voice-enabled hardware just launched their first Kickstarter project, the ORII ring, a Bluetooth-enabled ring that uses bone conduction to transmit audio to the fingertip.
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Bone conduction means that sound is transmitted via vibrations through the bone, making it easy for sound to travel via the finger bone directly into the ear in order to

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