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Consumer Physics's top competitors include Ossia, JoyHaptics and Lapa Studio.
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Consumer Physics
Consumer Physics
Consumer Physics is a company providing near-infrared spectrometers.
Ossia
Ossia
Ossia develops wireless power transmission system.
JoyHaptics
JoyHaptics
JoyHaptics is a technology company developing a remote touch solution.
Lapa Studio
Lapa Studio
Lapa Studio is a company that provides a Bluetooth tracker, a device that customers attach to their things so that they can find them using their phone.
Founding Date
Founding Date
2011
Founding Date
2008
Founding Date
2015
Founding Date
2013
Type
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Tags
Locations
Locations
Herzliya, IL HQ
Locations
Bellevue, US HQ
Redmond, US
Locations
Helsingfors, FI HQ
Locations
Porto, PT HQ
Employees
Employees
363% decrease
Employees
54
Employees
4
Employees
5
Twitter followers
Twitter followers
4.1 k
Twitter followers
3.3 k
Twitter followers
115
Twitter followers
558
Alexa Website Rank
Alexa Website Rank
296745
Alexa Website Rank
N/A
Alexa Website Rank
N/A
Alexa Website Rank
449154
Employee Rating
Employee Rating
4
Employee Rating
2.4
Employee Rating
N/A
Employee Rating
N/A

Funding

Latest funding round
Latest funding round
$ 668.8k (over 3 years ago)
Latest funding round
$ 2m (almost 6 years ago)
Latest funding round
N/A
Latest funding round
N/A
Total funding raised
Total funding raised
$ 19.8m
Total funding raised
$ 25.5m
Total funding raised
N/A
Total funding raised
N/A
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Ossia
HQ
Bellevue, US
Employees
54

Ossia develops wireless power transmission system.

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JoyHaptics
HQ
Helsingfors, FI
Employees
4

JoyHaptics is a technology company developing a remote touch solution.

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Lapa Studio
HQ
Porto, PT
Employees
5

Lapa Studio is a company that provides a Bluetooth tracker, a device that customers attach to their things so that they can find them using their phone.

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