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Hi,

I have heard that the Pong case can protect the user from the electromagnetic radiation of the iPad.

Is this true?

Can someone explain how it is possible?

And in addition to that, information on the price tag, features and specs and the date when it is going to be available in the southeast Asian markets like India will be appreciable.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi,

Yes, it's true. Pong case can protect the user in three various ways.

First, it protects the user by reducing the user's exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

EMR discharged by cell phones can give you unknown negative effects in a long run. When a users answer a call directly to his/her ear, 68% of EMR that was discharged by the phone is absorbs to user's head and body. With Pong's patented antenna technology, it lessen 95% of radiation by redirected them away from your head and body.

Second, it protects your signal.

When Pong's patented antenna redirects radiation away from your head, it helps users in optimizing the signals by allowing more radiation to communicate with the cell tower. This can also help in making your battery last longer because your phone doesn't have to work so hard to have signals.

Third, it protects your phone from damages such as being scratched and dropped, and a kind of protection in a very important way.

Total Radiated Power (TRP) is the transmission power of your cell phone, and most modern cell phones have a maximum TRP ranging from 24-33 dBm (30 dBm = 1 watt) wherein 27 dBm is the average. Unlike any other cell phone cases, Pong case preserve TRP which result cell phones to have good communication with cell tower.

The price of Pong cases ranges from $49.99 - $79.99, depending on the model of the cell phone you are using. They have cases available for iPhone 4S, New iPad WiFi, Samsung, Blackberry and Motorola. They are now available in Southeast Asian markets like India.