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NEW YORK - JULY 18: Wayne Semancik of Trenton, New Jersey pours water on his head to cool himself off July 18, 2006 in New York City. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal for the next several days. (Photo by Michael Brown/Getty Images)

Sony is working on a new wearable AC device that is about the size of a wallet.  It tucks into the back of a specially made t-shirt to keep you cool in the summer months and also warm you in the cooler months.

The device is called the Reon Pocket and they claim it’ll drop body temperature by up to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, or raise temperature by up to 14 degrees.  It pairs with your smartphone via bluetooth  to control and has a battery life of around 2 hours.

インナーウェア装着型 冷温両対応ウェアラブルデバイス

猛暑日の外出や満員電車の暑さ、真冬日の外出の寒さなど、様々な温度による不快を軽減し、夏も冬も快適を得られること、さらに温度調整によって「個々の快適さ=自分温度」の創出を目的に開発されたのがREON POCKETです。 ソニーのクラウドファンディングサイトFirstFlightにて支援受付中! https://first-flight.sony.com/pj/reon

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Sony Launches Wearable Air Conditioner That Tucks Into Your Shirt

While "Snowballs" cooling underwear will help keep your family jewels fresh in the sweltering heat, Sony's new personal air conditioner promises to help your entire body battle scorching summer temperatures. The Japanese electronics giant is working on the Reon Pocket: a wearable AC about the size of a small wallet that tucks into the back of a specially-tailored shirt pocket.