Abacus Pills makes an alternative to sugary energy drinks that it touted as an energy supplement and sold in a handy on-the-go flask. This packaging system was created by the same designers who created packaging for Soylent's meal replacement product range, and also conveys a sleek, contemporary aesthetic. In particular, the pill packaging was designed to be pocket-friendly and photogenic. To promote global appeal, the packaging includes Chinese on the bottle.
The pills are meant to be used to increase one's energy and focus, as they are rich with Vitamin B12, caffeine, as well as ginkgo biloba leaf and L-theanine.
In comparison to a canned energy drink, an individual Abacus Pill provides more caffeine and costs mere cents in comparison.
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