Google Calendar-Linked Smart Sign | Shark Tank Featured Office Device Updated

With an increasing number of Americans now working from home, BusyBox Corp. launches updates to its range of smart office status signs.

The company has recently added the BusyBox D to its growing product line, which incorporates a graphics chip, allowing users to customize messages via a smartphone application. The latest smart signs can also be integrated with Google Calendar and other online organizers, offering users the ability to update their status automatically.

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The company’s recent update comes in response to the success of its original BusyBox S, as featured on the popular television series Shark Tank. BusyBox Corp developed its latest product with the goal of providing a greater degree of customization and flexibility.

Recently released statistics from the US Census Bureau show that the number of people primarily working from home has tripled over the past three years. As of 2019, approximately 9 million American workers were home-based. By 2021, this number had risen to 27.6 million. The District of Columbia has the highest numbers, at 48.3%.

BusyBox believes that the trend towards remote working has contributed to the success of its smart signs. The company’s new product incorporates a 1280 x 480 HD LCD screen, along with a 10,000 mAH battery that has USB-C fast charging capabilities.

The BusyBox D can be used as a standalone unit or grouped with multiple devices throughout the home. In addition, the improved BusyBox Control App supports both iOS and Android devices and offers the ability to turn signs on or off automatically according to users’ online calendar status. Integration with Siri and Google Assistant also provides voice-activation functionality.

About BusyBox Corp

The company’s full product line now includes the BusyBox S (standard), the BusyBox D (digital), the Busybox Remote, and the BusyBox Button. Development of the BusyBox P (pixel) is currently underway, and expected to be in full production by January 2023, depending on chip availability. The upcoming pixel variant will include an RGB addressable LED array, along with the features of the BusyBox D.

One home worker recently stated: “When my BusyBox D arrived, the quality of the HD screen blew my mind. The overall build quality is better than I ever imagined. We’re using it all over the house, and it also looks great in streams of my podcast.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Steve Skillings
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Organization: BusyBox Corp.
Address: 1 Main Street Suite 5, Northbridge, MA 01588, United States
Website: http://www.BusyBoxSign.com

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