TrackR products could come as the simplest, most easy variant of finding lost or missing items as they will now include two new gadgets.
Current TrackR technologies are key finders which help owners track their lost or missing items or devices. It is produced by Phone Halo.
This is a United States-based start-up. Just ahead of CES 2017, the company went to reveal two new products.
These will be the TrackR Wallet 2.0 and the TrackR Pixel. These two new TrackR products should prevent its users from permanently losing their belongings. Both of the recently revealed devices will work with Atlas.
The TrackR Pixel will be encased in a plastic casing. Customers will have nine different colors options for the case. A LED light will also be installed on the covering. This should ensure an easy find when in the dark.
TrackR Pixels will be around 0.2 inches thick. They will have a 1.02-inches diameter. The product should cost about $24.99.
Preliminary specifications describe the TrackR Wallet 2.0 as the thinnest as yet available such device. It will be only 2 millimeters thick. It should come with a price tag of about $30.
The Wallet 2.0 will also sport a removable battery. This means that the user can acquire some extras. These should ensure its long life and diminish the risk of running out of power.
Both of the new TrackR products will support Atlas. TrackR atlas is a new option introduced by the company.
It is a smart, plug-in device, which can be placed in any room. As such, it will help create a virtual floor plan. Based on it, the users can help locate their important items contained in the set perimeter.
TrackR’s atlas is based on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. They contribute in the mapping process. Through them, the plug-in can detect any attached tracker.
Both TrackR and other third-party trackers can be detected by the device. The TrackR app will help the users determine the location of the looked-for property. Through the app, customers will also be able to access the item’s location history.
This system will also be used on the aforementioned new devices. The TrackR products can be attached to anything from wallets to keys.
Through the atlas main hub, users will be able to detect the said items. Thanks to its Bluetooth base, they will be quite easily detectable from even up to 100 feet away.
Outside of this perimeter, the tracker will depend on other products. TrackR’s technology will turn to a crowdsourced network. This latter will comprise other TrackR products.
As it is, they should come help locate the missing items that are more than 100 feet away. TrackR’s atlas also has an alarm feature. As such, users can set up an alarm that will go off if the respective good leaves its selected perimeter.
TrackR atlas also comes with another useful feature. It will be compatible with the Amazon Alexa. Users will, as such, be able to issue voice commands. Their smart speaker could, in turn, help them locate missing or misplaced items.
TrackR Atlas is currently available for pre-order. Product shipments are expected to begin sometime in the following months. Sole atlas technology should come with an about $40 price.
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