Soumya Prakash Pradhan

In the summer, many people face issues with high humidity and heat. To combat this, most people rely on fans or air conditioners. However, in today's technology-driven era, there are gadgets that can help you feel cooler.

One such gadget is the 'Reon Pocket 5,' launched by Sony. It is a high-tech device that can be tucked into the back of your shirt to provide cooling.

According to a report by NDTV, this gadget is a wearable climate control system designed to offer personalised comfort on the go. 

Worn at the back of your neck, it uses a thermos module and various sensors, including temperature, humidity, and motion, to determine your ideal temperature.

The Reon Pocket 5 offers five cooling levels for hot days and four warming levels for cooler environments, making it suitable for different situations, such as crowded trains or chilly airplane cabins.

The gadget can also warm you up in winter. Using the accompanying app, users can customise their preferences.

The device can be started and stopped automatically without the need to use a smartphone, thanks to its sensing technology.

This device is available in white and operates within a temperature range of 5℃ to 40℃. It features sensors, auto control, Bluetooth connectivity, and is rechargeable.

According to the official page, the device is priced at approximately Rs. 20,790.