Poken has announced the release of Pulse, a sleeker, more professional version of its NFC-enabled electronic business card, according to The Star Online.
The Pulse is a gadget about the size of a USB thumb drive that allows users to exchange contact information by simply tapping the two devices together.
A green light on the Pulse flashes when a successful exchange has been made. Users can then unload the new contact information on their computers via a USB port.
Each Pulse features a 2GB hard drive and can be attached to a key chain or worn as an accessory. The data contained on the hard drive is encrypted to insure against theft.
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