Newcomer charts bold course forward
In an increasingly competitive market, one tech company is focusing its strategy on customizability, allowing consumers to tweak everything from smartphone components to laptop exteriors to the environment of their home. Nexstgo aims to provide the ultimate user customization that harnesses the power of big data and IoT.
The company’s “Sandwich” smartphone, powered by its “Nex A.I. Project” (available B2B starting in the fourth quarter), offers module customization that allows smartphones to be adapted for a range of uses, including medical, retail and education. Dual OS and separated memory at the touch of the screen allows users to switch between Android and an independent corporate system for better work efficiency.
AVITA Smart Living Home Devices is a range of ordinary home appliances and furnishings, such as bathroom mirrors, that revolutionize your home with new functionality. Powered by IoT technology, the Smart Mirror is a mirror plus a dashboard that tracks everything from your sleep quality to air quality: Next time you brush your teeth in the morning, imagine reading the news, weather and other useful information to help you start your day. Sensors in the Smart Pillow can detect when you snore, adjusting the position of your head accordingly so that you and your loved one can get a better night’s sleep. The Smart Living series is expected to launch in Taiwan in the first quarter of 2018.
The company’s AVITA LIBER Ultrabook, planned for launch in the third quarter, brings ultimate interior-to-exterior personalization, making your laptop unique to your tastes and needs. Under-the-hood customization, including a variety of SSD storage options, is complemented by a fashionable and vibrant color palette that consumers can choose from.
The Hong Kong-headquartered company’s design center is based in Taiwan. CEO Alex Chung is leading the fledgling firm “to do what giants can’t,” by giving customers more options so they can meet their different needs.
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