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YodelUP wearable device targets those who love the snow in a sporty manner

yodelupSo, you happen to have a great love for all things that have to do with the crystal-like flakes that fall during a certain time each year, right? This means going out and having some fun – in other words, making lemonade whenever life throws lemons in your direction. Having said that, here is one particular piece of wearable technology that you might want to check out and be prepared before the next winter arrives. After all, it is never too early to prepare for something, right? The YodelUP happens to be a revolutionary wearable device which will target skiers and snowboarders alike, letting them gain control of their music as well as the ability to carry out instant conversations with a group of friends in the same manner as that of a walkie-talkie.

With the YodelUP, there is no longer any need to call, text, make use of apps such as WhatsApp, Snapchat, or Periscope in order to communicate on the slopes – the YodelUP will get the job done as it takes advantage of push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) technology in order to deliver the next-big-thing in mountain communication. This means you can communicate live on the mountain with your group of friends, regardless of whether you are on the chairlift, slaloming your way down the hill or getting some serious air-time. Pro or beginners alike, the YodelUP will make sure you remain well connected to those who are closest to you, so that you can share more moments, have more fun and stay safe.

YodelTECH worked alongside Zello, in order to deliver a streamlined communication experience. All that you need to do is to download the app, add your friends and you’re ready for instant walkie-talkie style communication whenever you give the “YODEL” button a press. This does not mean you are unable to retain phone calls, as it works like any other hands-free device out there. Pretty fly, yes?

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