What are some of the tools that you have used to ensure that your friends will know just where you are, and what you are doing or the restaurant that you just visited for some good food? A smartphone and a tablet would be the primary modes of updating one’s social networks while on-the-go, apart from using such apps when seated in front of your notebook or computer, of course. How about a pair of jeans? Wait a minute here, how can something you wear be used to update your social network status? Italian denim brand Replay has done so by introducing what they call the Social Denim, where this pair of jeans will boast of a vinyl pocket that comes integrated with a small Bluetooth device. This Bluetooth device will “talk” to your smartphone over a dedicated app, allowing you to share your updates with whatever social network(s) you are signed in to.
You can also report your “happiness level” that shows off eight different moods to choose from, which will of course, range from the positive to the negative. The Replay Social Denim jeans will be available in blue and black fabric, in regular-slim or skinny fit for men and skinny or baby boot cut for women. They won’t come that cheap though, hitting Replay stores and European retailers as well as the Replay online store sometime in December with prices starting from €150 to a high of €199. All they need now is a fart detector that tells the world you just let one rip…and where.
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