If you tend to lose your stuff, then the Track R system might help you find those things again.
There are couple of different devices that all work in a similar way.
There is the Track R Pixel, The Track R Bravo and the Track R Wallet.
These devices all help you find handbags, luggage, whatever it is, within Bluetooth range.
But now they also work so you can actually geo store information On where those items are if you're out of Bluetooth range.
So how it works is the data will be triangulated, and you'll be able to find when your device enters into Bluetooth range as long as someone else is using the tracker up and they pass that device within Bluetooth range.
And then you'll get a notification on your device to tell you where that lost device This regardless of where it is throughout the world.
This Track R Atlas though helps you find things in your house.
This is a plug that powers into your outlet, anywhere in the home.
You can put one in each different room, designate one as living room, one as kitchen, one as bathroom, and then it will find the points in your house where your items are.
For example Wanna track your cat, you can put a tracker in the living room, in the kitchen, work out where the cat has gone throughout the house just by using the app, and it will tell you exactly which room its come in and out of.
And finally there is a new Alexa skill that you can use in order to find and ring your phone.
Just say, Alexa, use tracker to ring my phone, and low and behold it will find your phone.
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