Americhip's New Pocket Player™ puts Ad Copy in Your Hands and a Pitchman in Your Ear

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Americhip, the multisensory ad company known for its high impact, attention-getting marketing technologies, recently announced a much more personal and private mechanism to deliver brand messages.

The new Audio in Print Pocket Player™ is a miniature brochure with an audio chip carefully embedded within its pages. Not much larger than a business card, and no thicker than a pack of gum, the Pocket Player features several pages of custom printed content along with a ten-minute-long audio message. For privacy, the unit includes a set of earbuds, on/off switch, playback and volume controls.

According to Timothy Clegg, Americhip CEO, the Pocket Player™ has numerous business to business applications and is gaining widespread acceptance within the pharmaceutical industry.

"The pocket-size makes the item portable and easy to distribute. The bundled earbuds and carefully designed controls prevent the piece from disrupting a quite office," said Clegg.

By definition of its size alone, the Pocket Player takes business marketing to whole other level -- And sometimes, not only is smaller better, it just makes sense.

About Americhip
Americhip is the global leader in the design, development and manufacture of Multisensory® advertising and marketing technologies to the world’s top advertising agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Since its founding in 2001, the company, with offices worldwide in 25 cities and 6 continents, has become the partner-of-choice to global businesses wanting to find new and innovative ways to intimately connect with their customer base.

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