eBay’s newest app called eBay Exact is getting noticed as one of the most novel apps we’ve seen this summer.
And it’s no exaggeration to attest that eBay Exact is exactly unlikely anything you’ve seen before from the company.
The new app lets users buy customizable “printed” merchandise from three leading 3D printing companies.
3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional solid object from a digital model.
Customers can choose from roughly 20 items, ranging from technology accessories to jewelry, from Brooklyn-based MakerBot, France-based Sculpteo and Toronto, Canada-based Hot Pop Factory.
“Items cost anywhere from $9 for a plastic iPhone case to $350 for a metal ring, and are shipped directly from each 3D printer’s facilities,” eBay says.
“Shoppers today not only want to buy items anytime, anywhere through mobile devices, but they also want to be able to personalize their purchases. eBay Exact brings these two desires into one shopping experience,” boasts Steve Yankovich, Vice President of Innovation and New Ventures for eBay.
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