SAN FRANCISCO -- Turing Robotic Industries (TRI), the pioneer in trustworthy mobile device technology, announced that its Dark Wyvern (Turing Phone Series II) will be available with the Turing Armor, the industry's first true 5G WiGig high-speed data transfer solution. The company will begin taking pre-orders on September 24.
TRI's Wind Tunnel 60GHz data transfer technology will be available on the company's 4G/LTE Dark Wyvern flagship edition of Turing Phone in the form of a WiGig-enabled Turing Armor protective case.
TRI Wind Tunnel proximity data transfer technology can transfer 3.2GB of data in under 25 seconds and back up 64GB of data in less than eight minutes.
"We are committed to the WiGig future and to heterogeneous networking and have been working on making it viable for our customers since early 2015," says SYL Chao, CEO of TRI. "Our WiGig-enabled Turing Armor will allow users to easily backup their phone data in minutes using a Wind Tunnel USB stick connected to a PC or Mac."
The Dark Wyvern is constructed of a dark grey version of Turing's signature unbendable Liquidmorphium™ and offers the same unique authentication methodology, chip platform, screen and dimensions as the company's Series I phones. This 128GB flagship edition will be available at US$999 and comes with the Turing Armor WiGig case, with 3000mAh battery pack, Micro-USB and 3.5mm earphone jack built in. TRI also announced that it will upgrade reservations of Series I Turing Phone to Dark Wyvern upon customer request.
Pre-orders for the Dark Wyvern and Turing Phone with WiGig Turing Armor case can be made starting September 24 by going to www.turingphone.com
About Turing Robotic Industries Corp.
Turing Robotic Industries Corp. (TRI) builds trustworthy mobile technologies. The company's mission is to help individuals and organizations create trustworthy networks in which communications and data are safe from cyber threats. The Turing Phone, the company's flagship Liquidmorphium™ phone, facilitates this mission by employing a decentralized authentication methodology using static key exchange. Turing's anonymous key distribution infrastructure is able to provide unique identifiers and trustworthy connectivity for an infinite number of devices. Turing Robotic Industries is headquartered in San Francisco, California with the Turing Phone division in Helsinki, Finland. To learn more, visit www.turingphone.com
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