For the credit union IT exec who likes to wear his work, SCOTTeVEST, LLC here has introduced version 2.5 of its Technology Enabled Clothing (TEC) system. According to the company, the SCOTTeVEST integrates aspects of technology, luggage, and apparel to allow people to discreetly hold, conceal, and connect several electronic devices including cell phones, pagers, personal digital assistants, and CD/MP3 players, and features 22-plus ergonomically-designed pockets and TEC's patent-pending Personal Area Network (PAN), a concealed conduit system inside the lining to accommodate wires and accessories.
"This combination of features allows consumers to be connected at all times without the headaches of tangled wires," the firm noted. "This unique jacket gives users a truly hands-free experience by eliminating the need for bulky computer hardware accessories like belt clips and awkward carrying cases. And, it's perfect for travel." Cost is $129.99. For info: www.technologyenabledclothing.com.