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Ex-Nokians Kickstarter: Thingsee One- Fast track to Internet Of Things with 1 year battery life

| November 10, 2014 | 5 Replies

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Another startup consisting of Ex Nokia crew, Haltian, is taking a side step to crowdfund a connected developer device to lower the price point into The Internet of Things.

The hardware is usually costly and takes a lot of work. Thingsee One makes things easier.

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Along with all those sensors and being waterproof, the battery inside can last up to a year!

Recognize any Nokians at the back?

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These guys built Thingsee so ANYONE can build their own IOT.

This guy pulls out an old Nokia I think (it definitely had the old Nokia message bleep)

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It works out of the box and you can configure just the sensors you need.

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Rewards for pledging:

$1 – Screen saver

$25 – Thingsee One T-shirt

$149 – Super Early Bird: Thingsee One for a super early bird pledge.

$199 – Early Bird: Thingsee One for an early bird pledge.

$249 – Early Adopter Special: Thingsee One.

$299 – Thingsee One pre-order price.

$499 – Beta Special: early access to the Thingsee SDK and a prototype Thingsee One shipped in January 2015. The prototype will be replaced with a certified Thingsee One device in April.

$999 – Developer pack 5: a pack of five Thingsee One devices.

$1990 – Developer team pack 10: a pack of ten Thingsee One devices.

Quite refreshing to hear a Finnish accent in this blog ^_^

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/haltian/thingsee-one-the-smart-developer-device-for-mobile

Via: TechCrunch

Thanks Sila Kayo for the tip!

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