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"Have you seen my____?"
Fill in that blank with any number of items I typically misplace including my keys, wallet and passport.
Enter TrackR , a small, coin-sized device that easily attaches to your valuables and omits a ring tone helping owners track down their stuff with the help of a corresponding app.
TrackR is the product of an extremely successful crowd-funding campaign, raising more than $1.6 million dollars on Indigogo last year.
This week, the Santa Barbara, California based start-up announced this week a new gadget that takes the item tracking game to a whole new level. It's called the TrackR atlas and in less than a day it was more than 60% funded on the crowd-funding site.
Check out TrackR atlas on Indigogo
Each TrackR atlas device plugs into a standard wall outlet and connects to your wireless network.
The units, equipped with Bluetooth, are able to actively monitor tracking tags that move in and out of range, sending secure reports to the mobile app.
The TrackR atlas is currently funding on Indiegogo, A basic pledge of $39 sets you up with one atlas device, while bigger donation offer additional atlas and TrackR bravo devices.
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