popSLATE transforms the back of your phone to an always-on second screen. Access your boarding pass, calendars, to-do lists, and maps.
popSLATE lets you customize your second screen
Customize popSLATE to your tastes. The front of the screen stays off, but you can have both screens on at the same time.
PopSLATE sells for $129 with the cost at $81, but they can get the cost down to $41. They are focusing on IOS. They have spent about $1.6 million on development, and cash flow positive within the next year.
popSLATE is an e-reader screen that connects via Bluetooth for low power.
Entrepreneur: Yashar Behzadi
Ask: $500,00 for 5% equity
Companies in this episode: Petnostics, Slyde Handboards, FRENDS
Season: Season 7 Episode 724
Sharks: Mark Cuban, Ashton Kutcher, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec
First Aired: 04/15/2016
Deal: No Deal.
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about popSLATE
- Mark Cuban thinks the lock screen is the competition because the notifications are getting stronger. He needs to get something new and exciting. He has this with being able to roll the pictures or game information. Mark thinks it is a land grab. Mark believes as IOS improves, his device becomes less critical, he is out.
- Ashton Kutcher feels if people put on their second screen their concern is battery life. Ashton likes this platform, he is afraid he has a dependency on Apple, and the price point is too high, he is out.
- Kevin O'Leary doesn't think the risk-reward is there for him; he is out.
- Lori Greiner has sold millions of dollars of cell phone cases, and you are never catching up, and the tooling is costly. She is out.
Robert Herjavec sees the wearable technology as his competition so, he is out.
popSLATE after Shark Tank
popSLATE is no longer in business due to running out of funds during the development process. The company filed for bankruptcy.