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THEO Launches Mobile Accessory Line at Consumer Electronics Show 2014

THEO, a designer and manufacturer of mobile device accessories, today announced the launch of a full line of mobile protective solutions that combine superior protection, style and functional versatility for Apple iPhone (5/5S & 5C) and Samsung Galaxy (S4) smartphones. Comprised of patented Impact Deflection Technology and interchangeable technology cards, all embedded within a sleek, low-profile protective solution, THEO offers the capability to completely customize mobile devices and deliver a unique experience with each product release. The following products – THEO POWER WAVE, THEO LIGHT, THEO STYLE, and THEO LIGHT + STYLE – will be showcased at CES:

  • THEO POWER WAVE (MSRP $119.99 USD) is a Wireless Rechargeable Battery System integrated into a drop-tested protective solution for mobile devices. The removable battery pack can be simultaneously or independently charged, ranging from a 6 hour to 3 hour charge time. The 1450mAh battery pack will recharge the device up to 100%, depending on model. System includes a Qi compatible wireless charging station. THEO POWER WAVE is currently available for iPhone 5/5S, with iPhone 5C and Samsung S4 versions to be released in Q2 of 2014.
  • THEO LIGHT (MSRP: $29.99) is a Light Guide Technology card integrated into a drop-tested protective solution for mobile devices, that illuminates the back of the device to alert of incoming calls, messages, and app notifications. Utilizing the free THEO LIGHT App, the phone’s flash lights up the patented ELEMENT OF LIGHT card, turning the smartphone into a flash light, strobe light, or disco light pulsating to surrounding music.
  • THEO STYLE (MSRP: $29.99) is a Design Your Own (DYO) STYLE card integrated into a drop-tested protective solution for mobile devices. Utilize the FREE THEO STYLE App or the DYO module at THEOelements.com to customize the case with photos, graphics, colors and text. Interchangeable DYO STYLE cards offer the capability to continuously change and personalize the design of the THEO case.
  • THEO LIGHT + STYLE (MSRP: $39.99 USD) is a bundled version of the aforementioned THEO LIGHT and THEO STYLE solutions, offering a customizable Light Guide Technology card integrated into a drop-tested protective solution and a FREE DYO Gift Card.

CES Booth Details:

THEO will showcase its products at CES-LVCC South Hall 4 – Booth #37100. To schedule a private briefing at the show or arrange an evaluation product, please contact [email protected]

THEO Product Specifications:

  • The THEO platform offers the slimmest profile of any product of its kind, combining superior protection with functional intelligence.
  • THEO is a patented platform for Interchangeable Elements (technology cards). Each Element delivers a new assistive and complimentary function towards the customization of mobile devices.
  • THEO uses patented Impact Deflection Technology (IDT) to deflect and disperse the shock of an impact.
  • All THEO products have been independently certified as drop-test approved.

Quotes:

“THEO’s direction sets the foundation for infinite possibilities to further enhance your mobile user experience, within one superior protective platform,” said Jamie Limber, President. “THEO’s potential is limitless.”

“With the first line of THEO products unveiled at CES, our goal was to create smartphone protective solutions that not only offer the utmost protection, but provide customizable and innovative ways to allow the devices to reflect the personality of the individual who owns them,” said Ivan Harrilal, Director of Global Sales and Brand Development. “THEO’s POWER WAVE product represents a new way to protect and charge your mobile devices without compromising protection and convenience.”

About THEO: THEO is a designer and manufacturer of protective and intelligent mobile device accessories. Established in 2013, THEO is the pioneer of the next wave of innovation in protective solutions and the enhanced mobile user experience. For more information, please visit: www.theoelements.com

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