Nov 25, 2014 - Innovative company specialising in touch-screen compatible winter gloves, TouchAbility has launched an extensive new product range in time for the Christmas rush, with its latest being the superior "full touch glove." Each glove type has electro conductive fibres integrated into the finger tips, making it possible to use a smart device in a range of situations where otherwise it would have been impossible or uncomfortable, particularly during spells of cold weather.
Aug 16, 2013 - TouchAbility, the digital accessories experts, today have launched a brand new range of innovative smartphone cases, in two stylish waterproof designs. The utterly practical cases are set to be as essential as SPF this summer by giving standout protection against water splashing and submersion - ideal for those hitting the beach, reclining on a boat or lounging by the pool with phone in hand. Available in a range of colours, prices start from just GBP7.99 so they will not break the bank either.
Nov 12, 2012 - Touchscreens have become an integral part of many peoples' lives, yet we cannot operate these high-tech gadgets whilst wearing ordinary gloves. Touchscreen gloves are infused with threads of silver or other conductive material, which are then combined with regular fibers. TouchAbility has scoured the market and identified some of the best touchscreen gloves on offer today, and they are constantly on the lookout for more future trends as they emerge.
Oct 06, 2012 - Playing games on a smooth touchscreen device with on-screen "virtual buttons" just doesn't give you the same gameplay experience as using traditional joypads or arcade sticks. TouchAbility Thumb Pads are designed to solve this problem by adding temporary physical buttons and an analogue control pad to any touchscreen device, bringing pure gaming pleasure back to the latest handsets. The analogue control pad allows full 360 degree rotation for more accurate control and more.
Nov 15, 2011 - TouchAbility has launched a new range of capacitive touchscreen compatible gloves, which feature special conductive fibres in all 10 fingers. Touchscreen gadgets have become increasingly popular in recent years, thanks in part to the intuitive user interface and ease of use that characterise devices like the iPhone, iPod and iPad. However, the capacitive touch screens found on many popular mobile phones, MP3 players and GPS devices do not work when the user is wearing gloves.