Too many connected products fail to attract customers because traditional rigid, thick batteries are awkward, uncomfortable, and difficult to design around. J.Flex lets innovators overcome these challenges and meet consumers’ increasingly sophisticated needs.
BUSAN, South Korea (PRWEB) November 26, 2019
Jenax, inventor of ultra-flexible, thin lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, announced a series of “Truly Flexible Power” Snack & Demos taking place at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, January 7–10. The company will be holding private, small-group sessions where attendees will learn how Jenax advancements in battery flexibility, safety and thinness eliminate product design hurdles and unlock a whole new class of high-performance, durable and user-friendly smart products. Jenax will also show how its J.Flex battery is being applied in sports equipment and health wearables.
“Too many connected products fail to attract customers because they are awkward, uncomfortable, or difficult to use. Hardware designers often tell us that traditional battery limitations – including rigidity, thickness and lack of flexibility – are getting in the way,” said EJ Shin, Director of Jenax. “We created J.Flex specifically to help innovators overcome these challenges and meet consumers’ increasingly sophisticated needs. I’m excited to show CES attendees how they can customize J.Flex to power new-generation products.”
Jenax’s Truly Flexible Power Snack & Demos will be held twice a day from January 7–10, 2020. Attendees may also sign up for private meetings where Jenax will help brainstorm how J.Flex can solve their product challenges. Participation is limited to enable valuable discussions. Click here to register by December 16, 2019.
Jenax Inc. (KOSDAQ: 065620) pioneered and manufactures J.Flex – an ultra-flexible, thin and fast-charging, high-performance lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Jenax partners with manufacturers of medical devices, apparel, electronics, and more to design completely customized and safe battery solutions in diverse sizes and shapes. Its broad applications include IoT, wearables, medical devices, and sensors. Founded in 1991, Jenax is based in Busan, South Korea. Visit http://www.jenaxinc.com for more details.
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