We’ve all been there—having to take off your riding gloves when you want to text someone on your touchscreen smartphone or check something on your tablet (not while driving of course). It’s a hassle, no doubt about it. What’s worse
The latest innovation for combat gloves is a liquid (AnyGlove) that makes the fingers of gloves capable of working on touch screen displays. A bottle of 550 drops costs about $20 dollars and will treat (or re-treat) about ten
More and more cameras are being launched with touchscreen interfaces these days, especially as mobile operating systems are starting to appear in point-and-shoots and turn them into smartphone look-alikes. For those
OK, so we have to admit to a slight touch of cynical disbelief when we first heard claims that a small bottle of liquid could convert your favorite gloves to work with your phone or tablet touchscreen
There is no such thing as a pair of touchscreen gloves. We don’t care if you integrate little nubs, different materials or some fancy capacitive whosits, they’re not going to work.
AnyGlove offers a liquid treatment that with just a few drops will make your glove tips touchscreen compatible. It works on most fleece, knit, synthetic leather and leather gloves.
It’s that time of year again, when those of us living in the higher latitudes are thwarted by our non-conductive gloves if we try to use touchscreen devices outdoors. Well, don’t bin
Like a fairytale wish for geeks everywhere, this magic liquid will turn any glove into a touchscreen-friendly glove.AnyGlove is a liquid you can apply to – so the bottle promises – any glove, on the fingertips. You can then use the area to which you applied the liquid to use your touchscreen device