Technology can be tough on the body. Now Raynet Technologies Pte Ltd. has a way to make it a little more relaxing.
Raynet late last month unveiled the first body massager Springboard module for the Handspring Visor, a handheld computer that runs Palm OS.
The module, which fits into a slot on the Visor and turns it into a massage tool, comes with three basic massage modes—squeezing, chopping and tapping—along with programs designed for the back, shoulders, and arms and legs. It also comes with an on-screen reference guide.
The Visor maintains its other computing operations as it massages, for those customers who happen to be massaging something within their line of sight.
The Personal Massager costs $99 and is available at www.palmgear.com.