|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 01:15 PM EDT||
ENCINITAS, Calif., Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Pong Research Corporation, the creator of mobile device cases with "intelligent antenna technology," announced today that its Rugged and Classic cases for the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5s have been awarded the PTPATM Winner's Seal of Approval. PTPA Media has North America's largest volunteer parent testing community, with over 70,000 parents and was rated the Most Trusted Seal by over 22,000 parents across North America.
"Everything we do at Pong is based on scientific research. Our cases reduce a user's exposure to cellphone radiation while optimizing the signal strength of the device," said Kevin Passarello, EVP, Pong Research Corporation. "The PTPA Seal of Approval validates our efforts, and confirms that informed parents understand that Pong technology can help to protect their children and them from potentially dangerous wireless energy—while ensuring optimal performance for their smartphones."
Pong cases were selected among many submissions from across North America competing to earn the PTPA Seal of Approval. Independent parent volunteers evaluate products in their own homes to ensure that PTPA winners are chosen based on merit and real consumer experience.
"At PTPA Media, we are proud to play a role in certifying innovative products that families can trust," says Sharon Vinderine, CEO and founder of PTPA Media Inc. "When consumers search for our Seal of Approval on product packaging and web sites, they are essentially searching for validation from their peers. Their peers will have objectively tested and approved these products based on their performance in a real life environment. That type of resource for families is priceless."
Pong's Rugged and Classic Cases for the iPhone 5/5s are available in a range of colors at Best Buy Specialty Stores, BestBuy.com, Pongcase.com, and Amazon.com for $69.99 and $59.99 respectively.
About Pong Research Corporation
Pong creates cases with "intelligent antenna technology" that enables smartphones and tablets to interact optimally with both wireless networks and users. The Pong case redistributes mobile device electromagnetic fields dramatically to reduce consumers' exposure to wireless energy and improve transmitted signal. A team of PhD scientists trained at MIT, Princeton, Harvard and the University of Manchester developed the technology behind Pong. Pong cases have shipped to more than 100 countries, are easy to put on and take off, come in a rainbow of fashionable colors and styles, work anywhere in the world, and may be purchased at pongcase.com, Best Buy Mobile Specialty Stores and BestBuy.com. Catterton Partners, named Private Equity Firm of the Year for 2013 by the The M&A Advisor, is the majority owner of Pong. Pong is a winner of the TiE50 2014 Hottest Startup Award and the recipient of the Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Seal of Approval.
For more information, visit www.pongresearch.com, like us at facebook.com/PongCase or follow us on Twitter @pongcase.
About PTPA Media Inc.
PTPA Media provides an objective framework for appraising and promoting new products designed to enrich family living. The company's mission is to marry innovative companies with discerning consumers, to improve consumer access to quality products and services for their families and homes.
PTPA Media Contact Information: Janine Streiter, Tel: (905) 738-1447 x 240. For more information visit http://ptpa.com.
Media Contact: Monica Rohleder, Signal Rock Communications, 847-606-1973, [email protected]
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