Could Smartphone-friendly manicures be coming to a salon near you?

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Nano Nails that function like a smartphone stylus could be applied at home...

Nano Nails

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A prototype Nano Nail manicure that uses microchip technology to allow wearers to use their touch screen phone has been unveiled at the CES trade show in Las Vegas.

The long overdue high tech solution to 'texting with long nails' can be applied at home or in the salon and should be available from May 2013.

So how does it work? Well, the Nano Nail falsie contain a microchip that allows your index finger to act like a stylus, so you can write and text without having to touch your skin to the screen.

The clever false nails, which will be available in packs of four or six, will retail for $10 (£6) and will also be available in nail tip versions.

What do you think? Would you try the high-tech microchip manicure?

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