New iPhone accessory offers ergonomic relief for 'power users'

A simple new accessory from Angime Company offers iPhone users an easier, more ergonomic experience while using their touch-screen device. CHPOCK is a stylish handle that positions the touch screen user's hand and wrist in a natural, relaxed position, preventing the risk of muscle fatigue or repetitive strain injury.

Online PR News – 21-November-2010 – – For power users who spend hours on their iPhone each day, finding an easier way to manipulate their device can make a huge difference to comfort levels and productivity.

iPhone users don't need to sacrifice their "cool factor" to improve device functionality and keep their joints and muscles healthy: CHPOCK is designed with sleek, organic curves that perfectly suit the iPhone's clean, minimalist lines.

CHPOCK attaches to the back of the touch-screen device by means of a suction cup that presses on and pulls off easily, while providing a firm, secure seal. The handle also doubles as a tabletop stand which positions the touch screen at a convenient viewing angle and gives the user hands-free access.

The product is compatible with all current iPhone models, including iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4.

Key product benefits for CHPOCK include:

- Non-slip handle that provides firmer control of the device during calls and when using the touch screen or browsing the Internet.
- Ergonomic design that encourages more natural hand movements to improve typing speed and device manipulation.
- 100% silicone construction that is safe, hygienic and non-allergenic.

CHPOCK has a recommended retail price of USD $12.99, and will be available soon to purchase online or through authorized distributors and resellers.

About the company

Angime is a privately held company headquartered in Hong Kong. Angime is focused on developing beautiful, functional accessories for a new generation of handheld device aficionados. All accessories are made from high-quality, hygienic, hypoallergenic materials.

You can find video of CHPOCK in use through the link