Nokia Treasure Tag

It's smallish and square and pairs with your Windows Phone, Android phone, or iPhone. Nokia's Bluetooth-tracking Treasure Tag is all about helping you find your misplaced possessions.

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Hip to be square

The unit, which connects to your device using Bluetooth or NFC, comes in four colors globally -- yellow, white, black, and cyan -- though you many not be able to find them all in your market.

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Loop-de-loop

Each package comes with two options for surrounding the unit. One is a looping rubberized band that fits your keys.

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Put it anywhere

Another option forgoes the loop, so you can slip the Treasure Tag into a bag or your car dashboard, or anywhere, really, without having an extra flap to contend with.

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Just a press away

The Treasure Tag, which is controlled through an app, works both ways. In addition to helping you find whatever it's attached to, pressing the button also makes your phone chirp if you've lost that, too.

Read all the pros and cons in this Nokia Treasure Tag review, and take a tour of the app in this Treasure Tag gallery here.

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