Nanofixit liquid screen protector launched

The Minister of State in charge of Private Sector Development and Public Private Partnership, Dr Rashid Pelpuo, has launched the Nanofixit Liquid Screen Protector that protects devices from scratch and breakages for two years.
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The new product introduced by Waves International has a quality anti-bacterial titanium that will penetrate and seal any electronic glass surface and make it ultra-scratch resistant, reducing cell phone radiation and enhancing camera resolution.
Speaking at the event on Wednesday, the Minister said the product, which was aimed at providing customers with a liquid-based product to protect smartphones, watches, laptops, tablets, camera lenses and other electronic devices, would close the gap in the system.
Dr Pelpuo said the product had the potential to help people become more efficient in the use of their devices which in turn saved users a lot of money.
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‘‘If your phone, laptop or tablet cracks or scratches there is a likelihood that you have to replace it, but if you are able to protect your device you save the money you would have used in replacing your screen or your device,’’ he said.
The minister said the product would provide additional business to people and create employment and commended the Waves team for introducing it in Ghana.
Mr Ernest Davids, the Chief Executive Officer of Waves International, said the Nanofixit liquid screen protector was an invisible device protection provides benefits including protection against water, humidity, oil and oil-based substances, the solution enhances the colors of the screen, and reduces finger marks.
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Mr Davids said the use of plastic and glass screen protectors greatly reduced the brightness of the phone’s screen, affected the general responsiveness as well as made the phone bulky.
He urged customers to patronise the new product which was an innovative solution to protect all devices from possible scratches and cracks.
Dorcas Grey, the Country Representative of LADA Innovation and Creativity Limited, a co-product partner, said the product had been tried and tested in worldwide and expressed optimism that it would take over the market as a result of its numerous

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