The land hopping industry is finally starting to come alive again.
The first of a new crop of products designed to attract customers from land-hungry customers, including big-box retailers and the tech industry, is the iLand, a portable handheld device that plugs into a land-enabled iPhone or iPad.
The iLand has been available in select U.S. cities since February and is expected to be rolled out in the coming weeks to more than a dozen cities.
Its goal is to create a new kind of mobile commerce.
The company’s founder, Jason Lippe, told USA TODAY that its goal is for people to go from home to work and back again, and that it can offer an easy-to-use solution to that.
It will work with a smartphone, tablet or computer that can display a 3D map of the surrounding area, a 3-D compass, GPS and Wi-Fi.
It’s a good thing we’re using the word “mobile” to describe this product, he said.
He envisions a market that’s “big enough” to include the iPhone and iPad, but small enough to allow anyone to use it at home.
“This is the future,” Lippes said.
“It’s a great way for people who work from home and live in big cities to travel around the world and have a great mobile experience.”
Lippes, the founder of Lippel Ventures, a technology startup, said the i Land has the potential to generate a billion dollars in revenue for the company by 2020.
That number includes the revenue generated from sales of the iLan, the company’s land-hopping product.
The company plans to sell about 1 million iLans annually.
The i Land can be charged with up to $100 and has a battery life of up to two hours, making it a great companion for anyone who wants to get outside and spend more time with their family.
It is not waterproof, and its battery can be depleted by the time it is fully charged.
The battery can also be charged by plugging it into a power outlet.
Lippe said the product can be used on land, including in parks, parks, golf courses and tennis courts.
The device is powered by an inverter and has an internal power source.
The iLon also can be placed in a bag or purse and attached to a backpack.
The bag can hold up to four devices and is compatible with iPhones and iPads.
Lipps said that the company is also looking at selling iLands in other cities, but he wouldn’t say how many.
When Lipps announced his product, the iGross, in November, he didn’t have a specific number.
He estimated that the iland could be sold in 30 cities in 2028.
Its early days, but Lippis said that iLand sales are expected to continue in the next two years.