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Is your next phone a noPhone?

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Magical, waterproof, NSA-proof handset. No chamfered edges, though.

The noPhone, a revolutionary device without a screen, battery, or data connection
The noPhone, a revolutionary device without a screen, battery, or data connection
noPhone

Every so often, a device is created that is so singularly revolutionary in its execution, it's difficult to imagine the world before it. The iPhone, the PC, and the Atari 2600 are examples of these kinds of revolutionary devices. Now you can add another gadget to the list: the noPhone. This handset is shatterproof, waterproof, and doesn't require charging to function. It's also completely resistant to NSA surveillance and hacking (to the best of our knowledge). Unfortunately, it is not yet equipped with Wi-Fi, nor Bluetooth, nor a screen or cellular connection for that matter. Still, as its creators note, noPhone can help you to "never again experience the unsettling feeling of flesh on flesh when closing your hand." No pricing or availability information has yet been released, but we've reached out for more details. In the meantime, feast your eyes on the jaw-dropping demo video below.