Hong Kong group Design Innovation has found success with Quicksilver, a product developed for client ABC Communications. The palm-sized Quicksilver is a data receiver, which keeps investment-mad Hong Kong residents up to date with exact stock prices in real time. It sold out within eight weeks of launching – and a second-generation version is already under development. The device uses Alkaline batteries, and has a snap-on protective cover which doubles as a stand.
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