ZAGG bringing invisibleSHIELD to Wireless Expo

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2012 Canadian Wireless Trade Show being held at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

the annual expo serves as the wireless industry’s main source for networking opportunities

In a remarkably short period of time, ZAGG® has developed from a backyard project to a publicly traded trendsetter with their invisibleSHIELD® technology. The company will be demonstrating their clear device protection line at the 2012 Canadian Wireless Trade Show September 12th and 13th at the Direct Energy Centre.

The invisibleSHIELD is created from an ultra-tough, patented film exclusive to ZAGG. Transparent and remarkably thin, it is designed to precisely match the contours of a device, offering scratch and damage protection.

The first invisibleSHIELD™ design came about in early 2005 - a clear, thin, and very durable military film designed to protect helicopter blades from high-speed damage. By September, an invisibleSHIELD was created for Apple's new iPod Nano and the world soon took notice.

ZAGG Inc now boasts a team of over 200 employees and associates who are dedicated to serving their loyal customer base worldwide. The invisibleSHIELD remains their flagship product, selling over 30 million in a few short years.

Also on view this year will be the ZAGGsparq, a dual charger and battery backup. It features built-in prongs to eliminate the need for carrying extra cables and charger, and carries a 6000 MAH Lithium Polymer backup battery.

The entire line of ZAGG cases, skins and folios can be seen at be seen at Booth #234 at the 2012 Canadian Wireless Trade Show in Toronto this coming September. Now in its second year, the annual expo serves as the wireless industry’s main source for networking opportunities, offering access to thousands of customers, colleagues and key industry decision makers.

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