Z-Connector Presents Devices at M-Enabling Summit to Help Users Stay Connected

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Imagine hearing a ring but not being able to find your phone. Z-Connector has enabled the visually impaired or blind to easily "stay connected" to the world, and in a stylish way.

Did your cell phone get stolen recently? No one, no matter how rich, can afford to lose a cell phone. It means losing all your important data, contacts, notes, photos, etc. along with your device. How frustrating would that be? A stolen, lost or misplaced

Stylish Lanyard Keeps You Connected To Your Cell Phone

We are excited about the opportunity to donate 600 Z-Connector products to be given away at the M-Enabling Summit.

Z-Connector LLC, local producers of safety chains to keep cell phones attached and accessible, will present their helpful attachments for mobile devices at the second annual M-Enabling Summit in Washington, D.C., June 6-7. The Miami-based company is donating 600 of their connective devices to be given away at the upcoming summit.

The Z-connector device allows users to connect a cell phone, smartphone, iPod or gaming device to their clothing, purse, briefcase or backpack. The easy-to-use attachment is a stylish way for men and women to eliminate the stress and separation anxiety associated with lost, stolen or damaged hand-held devices. Company founders say they see the apparatus as an ideal accompaniment for RAY mobile device.

The Z-connector keeps mobile devices safe and accessible for seniors and people of all abilities who rely on a phone for connectivity, health, safety and accessibility.

“We created this product with the idea of protecting an increasingly important asset—our cell phones,” says Z-Connector co-founder and co-owner Rhonda B. Spero. “We’re excited about the opportunity to donate 600 Z-Connector’s Direct z Connect products to be given away at the M-Enabling Summit.”

The M-Enabling Summit, organized in cooperation with the Federal Communications Commission and the International Telecommunication Union, promotes mobile accessible and assistive applications and services for senior citizens and users of all abilities. Among these products is the RAY mobile device, created by Qualcomm’s Project RAY Ltd.

The RAY mobile device brings the vast capabilities of smartphone technology to people who are visually impaired or blind. This eye-free user interface eliminates the need for multiple, single-use specialty devices by delivering these tools, plus smartphone capabilities, in one easy-to-use and cost-effective handheld phone with access to a broadband network.

“We’re excited to be part of an effort to give ‘voice’ to so many individuals and be part of the global ecosystem that supports accessible and assistive mobile solutions,” says Lisa M. Butler, co-founder and co-owner of Z-Connector. “Our mission is to have our simple yet functional Direct Z Connect apparatus with neck lanyard available for people to use with RAY mobile devices. We believe it will give users of such a revolutionary product like RAY the ability to stay connected and ensure security for their devices.”

For additional information about Z-Connector, visit http://www.getzconnected.com

Contact:
Z-Connector
Rhonda B. Spero, Co-Founder
Rhonda(at)get-z-connected(dot)com

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