Meet Phil Baker


Phil Baker helps companies of all sizes develop consumer electronic products quickly and cost-effectively through his company Techsperts Inc. He has decades of experience in all facets of product development, including invention, design, engineering, industrial design, marketing, manufacturing, and distribution. He has been responsible for more than 80 products spanning the category of consumer electronics, including computers, accessories, wearables, mobile devices, printers, cameras, eReaders, home appliances, music players, headphones, and more.

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Techsperts provides product development services to companies of all sizes. Areas of activities range from coaching and advising company executives to assembling and directing teams of experts to develop new products. Teams are tailored specifically for the product, making them more effective than using a general-purpose design company.  In this age of increased competition and Internet commerce, there’s a growing need for companies to create their own unique offerings.  Techsperts has been a pioneer in this area and has worked with many consumer-branded companies to develop their own technology products. Many of these companies began with no internal development resources. Techsperts both assembles external teams to develop specific products, as well as defines and builds internal resources to make a company self-sufficient.

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Phil Baker

  • Clubhouse – A new app you’ll be likely using
    by Phil Baker on February 18, 2021 at 8:08 pm

     Seemingly out of nowhere, the app Clubhouse has became one of the most talked about new social platforms since Facebook.  This iPhone-only app currently can be activated by invitation only, adding to its buzz. It’s been around since March of last year and supposedly has six million users around the world. Clubhouse connects people of like

  • Taking us for a ride?
    by Phil Baker on February 11, 2021 at 8:29 pm

     Just when you thought there was an app for everything, there’s a new one that lets building tenants operate their elevators remotely from their smartphone or watch. Yes, you read that correctly. Control the elevator from your smartphone. Now what can go wrong with that? Atlanta-based thyssenkrupp Elevator claims their new app reduces elevator traffic

  • Needle in a Haystack
    by Phil Baker on February 4, 2021 at 1:03 am

     Imagine if we were searching for a flight and had to sign in to each of the airlines’ websites, one by one, then enter all our personal details in each site, and only then learn whether a flight was available on a particular day. That’s pretty much the scenario we now face in trying to

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