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Swyp is interesting. It’s not as high tech as Plastc and it’s not as low tech as Wallaby. Instead, it’s basically a hybrid of Plastc and Wallaby, which makes it somewhat similar to Coin. Is that confusing? I hope not. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of this card.
|Chip & PIN:||No||Yes||No||No|
|Card Limit:||8 Cards||20 Cards||Unknown||25 Cards|
|Battery Charge:||2 Years||30 Days||Unknown||2 Years|
|Warranty:||If Defective||1 Year||Unknown||Unknown|
|Ship Date:||Summer 2015||Summer 2015||Unknown||Fall 2015|
Swyp is a cheap option if you don’t care about EMV or NFC. Personally, I won’t be preordering one due to the lack of EMV support. What are your thoughts, is this the smart card you’ll be preordering?
For a limited time, Swyp is only $49 + $5 to ship. Here’s the Link (if there are referral links in the comments, please use those).
As a side note, I did not preorder this card, so I do not have a referral link. If you did preorder it and have a referral link, leave it in the comments for others to use.