We've never heard of the word "scentsory" either, but this one is supposed to work on a "multisensory level" and provide a "multilayered experience" for the user. In "flat mode," the translucent device doesn't appear to do much, but when you fold it much like a paper airplane you'll expose two screens, a hidden camera, and stereo speakers. Keep going to "closed mode" and you can make calls and use the numeric keypad. And guess what? It even has the ability to detect, transmit, and emit smells. Why you'd want that functionality is beyond us, but it is out of the ordinary.