A smart gadget is a wearable electronics device with advanced mobile components that combine features of mobile devices with innovative features useful for mobile or handheld use. Smart gadget combines the features of a mobile devices, such as the abilities to make payments and access control, with popular innovative uses such as gesture control and activity tracking. Smart gadget can communicate directly with smart phones or personal computers through a variety of applications and websites, and operate without the need to carry a smart phone, such as when interacting with back-end systems on the cloud through or performing standalone functions such as activity tracking. They typically do not have a display and operate by contextual relevance, such as by making a payment when near a payment terminal, unlocking an electronic lock when near the lock, or controlling home appliances when making gestures in the home. Some smart gadgets have physical or capacitive buttons to use as an activation mechanism, such as to initiate a gesture.
What can it do?
Unlock your Smart phone or tablet
Take your NFC enabled phone out of your pocket, slide your hand on the back and the NFC gadget can unlock it. It couldn’t be easier. The NFC gadget comes with two special NFC tag inlays inside the gadget , one for public information and one for more sensitive stuff.
Lock and unlock your door
Want to be able to use your gadget to open your house? No problem. Just grab yourself an NFC enabled door lock, install it and your NFC gadget can interact with it.
Share & Transfer information
You can use your NFC gadget to share Wifi information, links to websites, links to pictures, contact information or whatever you think is suitable to be passed securely to your friends smartphone’s and tablets.
You can also use your NFC gadget to start apps with custom settings (parameters) which makes it even easier to use your device. How about turning wifi or bluetooth on for example, at the swipe of a hand?