Plastc – one card to rule them all?

Tired of digging through the collection of credit, debit and loyalty cards in your wallet? Well, if you are, then you’re the sort of person who might like the Plastc Card. It’s a new electronic card-format device, that can store the information for up to 20 other cards on it at once. You just select the card that you want to access via the e-ink screen, then use Plastc as if it were that card.

Plastc – one card to rule them all

In order to get a conventional card “into” the Plastc Card, you start by swiping that card through an included reader that’s attached to your iPhone or Android smartphone. The accompanying Plastc Wallet app records its info, so it can then be transferred onto the Plastc Card via Bluetooth. Although Plastc can store no more than 20 cards in its Flash memory at once, if you want to use one that’s been scanned but not loaded, you can retrieve it from your phone’s memory at any time. The Wallet app also lets you keep track of all transactions made using the system.

The Plastc Card has a rewritable magnetic strip, that lets it be swiped as the card that it’s representing. Its e-ink screen – the same one that’s used for viewing and selecting the cards stored in its memory – also displays bar codes where applicable, along with user photos and signatures for credit cards. Additionally, the Card features NFC/RFID functionality, plus an upcoming firmware update will allow it to be used in Chip and PIN machines.

Its integrated battery should be good for about 30 days of use, and can be recharged via an included wireless charging mat. A built-in light sensor keeps Plastc powered down when it’s tucked away in your wallet.


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