does the same thing, but in a small, portable device that's easier to use.
Medtech company Convexity Scientific revealed on Tuesday the availability of its FLYP nebulizer with the HypersoniQ technology for the treatment of respiratory diseases and pulmonary conditions.
The launch of the company's FLYP nebulizer, which is a game-changing handheld nebulizer, follows the US FDA's clearance in May 2017.
FLYP, which is smaller and lighter than a smartphone, is a pocket-portable and virtually silent nebulizer that can be used at home or in a healthcare facility.
Additionally, FLYP is powered by a USB rechargeable lithium-ion battery that lasts ten treatments between recharging, optimizes portability and usability, and utilises an internal disk that vibrates at an ultrasonic speed.
Now, smartphone users can add multiple phone numbers to a single device, enjoy free high-quality domestic voice calls and text messaging to any phone with a US number (even from overseas) and organize all communication into a single-stream location (all call history, voice messages and texts are stored and accessed in one place with each individual flyp number).
According to longtime telecommunications entrepreneur and flyp CEO Peter Rinfret, there have been profound advances in handheld computing since the launch of the iPhone in 2007.
"In the same way companies like Uber are making our lives easier by rethinking personal transportation, flyp is retooling the communication experience to better fit the way we live."
Currently, some estimate that over 100 million Americans (and over 2.5 billion globally) carry more than one telephone, making flyp a welcome disruption in the telco industry.
organizes calls, texts and voicemails for all numbers in one convenient thread.