Pong Release a BlackBerry Case That Cuts Radiation by 60%


Pong have announced their BlackBerry Curve case that supposedly redirects all cell phone radiation away from the user’s head. The protective case claims to reduce users’ exposure to radiation by over 60%, and has been verified by FCC-certified laboratories. According to Pong, the case works by using principles of antenna theory and physics to channel the emitted radiation up and away from the phone. Full signal strength is maintained, so that the phone’s function and battery life are not compromised. The case fits the BlackBerry Curve 8300, 8310, 8320, and 8330 and costs $49.95. While the price seems pretty high to me, I’m sure there are some out there who are incredibly paranoid about mobile radiation and are happy to pay.

4 Responses to “Pong Release a BlackBerry Case That Cuts Radiation by 60%”

  1. 1 canadian wireless hater

    Researchers just announced today that the electromagnetic waves put off by cellular phones could in fact keep alzheimer’s at bay, and help those who are afflicted with it.

    If that’s the case, I think I’ll take my chances with the radiation.

  2. 2 George

    How reliable is that?? And when will we see a Bold version?

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