HONG KONG, China (AVING Special Report on 'Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2010') -- <Visual News> Kinatech (CEO Name: Gi Yong-ho; www.headtime.co.kr) will participate in the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2010, which will be held in Hong Kong, the gateway to the Chinese market and the hub of finance and logistics, from April 13, 2010 to April 16, 2010.
At the fair, the company will display "Headtime", a scalp massager product of the company, which has received good reviews from Korean and global buyers and editors.
This product, which is expected to prevent alopecia from occurring, is a scalp acupressure massager equipped with 34 ceramic balls and 29 rods for acupressure treatment made of silicon. Since it is easy to handle, it allows the user to massage the scalp on his or her own.
"Headtime" looks like a helmet, and can be worn and used just like a regular hat. The inside of the product has a sound-therapy speaker that generates the sound of streams, birds, rain, waves, and Nature and a LED light to help the user have psychological stability.
For the first time, Kinatech will display a new concept of scalp massager that enables the acupressure massaging of necks as well as scalps. The product allows the user to be massaged lying down and to take a rest more comfortably.
CEO Gi Yong-ho said, "I've got questions from foreign buyers about the time when a new product is released since "Headtime" was reported overseas last year. Finally, a new concept of scalp and neck massager is going to be displayed at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2010. I think the fair will be a great chance to meet international buyers and to showcase the products of my company. Until now, I've talked to them about the products online or by phone."
(Photo: "Headtime", a Scalp Acupressure Massager Shaped a Half-Moon)