"StickR TrackR Finds its way to CES 2014"
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StickR TrackR Finds its way to CES 2014
Hi, I'm Bridget Carey with CNET here at CES 2014 with the first look at the sticker tracker.
Now the company phone Halo already makes a couple different types of trackers, but this is the first type of tracker that you can attach to different things like your keys for example.
You can also put an adhesive on the back of it and attach it to something like luggage or wallet, things that might get lost.
And it has a two-way communication with your cellphone,
so that using low boost energy, you can send an alarm that if you walk too far away from it or if you just can't seem to find it, go to the app click sound alarm and then this little guy will start to ring so you can find where you left it.
Now if you lose your phone, there's a small button here that you can press to let your phone make an alarm sound, so that way either once lost, you'll be able to find it.
The battery inside of this lasts a year.
It's like a little watch battery so you could just replace it after a year.
You don't have to worry about recharging it.
The price for one of these stickers is $29 and you'll be able to buy it soon.
For CNET, I'm Bridget Carey here at CES 2014 with your first look at the sticker tracker.
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