|By Business Wire||
|December 17, 2013 10:15 AM EST||
HELO has expanded their product lineup of tablet straps to support the quickly maturing market of tablet computers across their various sizes.
“A HELO Tablet Strap protects your device from falling,” said Paul Wizikowski, HELO’s Chief Executive Officer and Lead Product Developer. “Whereas a case is designed to protect it from impact. Would you prefer to have denser airbags or to not wreck in the first place? We believe a strap, one that people can use comfortably and easily is the most underrated accessory for mobile devices.”
HELO’s professional class of straps, the Tablet Strap 360 (TS360) and Tablet Strap Pro (TSPRO), are designed to ergonomically position a full size tablet in a user’s palm and provide a broad foundation across the device. With the introduction of the Tablet Strap 360 HELO has responded to the feedback and desire of their customers for a strap with all of the heralded ergonomic benefits of the TSPRO but in a durable nylon. The TS360 is made of designer nylon. The TSPRO is made of premium leather.
HELO’s casual class of strap, the Helo Strap, now supports the broadest range of tablet sizes available: from 7” devices to 9”-12” tablets. The Helo Strap’s minimalist design ushers in several key improvements from the original Helo Strap: The hand strap is now designed to be tightened with one hand, the nylon exterior has been upgraded to the same designer nylon of the TS360 and the foundation now reinforces the entire length of the strap.
All of HELO’s straps rotate 360 degrees, a utility that is patent pending by HELO.
All HELO products are available for purchase through www.shophelo.com and a growing list of international retailers.
HELO is a developer of well designed accessory products that improve the security, protection and functionality of mobile devices, particularly when used on the go. The name HELO is drawn from the shorthand of “helicopter” of which HELO’s product’s defining feature, rotation, is likened to the rotary blades of a helicopter. HELO uses a long “E” in it’s logo to help customers understand how to pronounce HELO. To find out more please visit www.shophelo.com.