Agloves Touchscreen Gloves
by Yvan / November 2, 2010
Via @slashgear, gloves that let you use touchscreens in cold weather from Agloves. A silver (Ag) yarn is knitted into the entire fabric of the gloves so that you may use all ten fingers to manipulate your device.




"Contrary to popular belief, these touch screens are not affected by the heat in your fingers. Instead, the touch screen reacts to the natural bioelectricity in your skin. Tiny amounts of moisture, salts, and oils on your skin create conductivity allowing electrons to flow between you and your device. Agloves are made with silver-coated nylon fibers knitted into a comfortable fabric that puts the conductivity back in your touch."

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