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Nokia to Launch Bluetooth Treasure Tag for Lumia Series

Jul 29 2013, 10:21am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Nokia to Launch Bluetooth Treasure Tag for Lumia Series
The Verge

Nokia is all ready to launch its Bluetooth Treasure Tag. This will allow you access to all your valuable items so that you can never lose them. And they will work in synch with its Lumia Series.

A Bluetooth 4.0 backup is being introduced to the world by Finnish giant, Nokia. Termed the Treasure Tag, this is in particular for its Lumia Series. These precious attachments feature NFC for smart link-ups. They can be implanted and followed via a Windows Phone 8 App. According to The Verge, this in turn will integrate into its structure the Nokia LiveSight AR Technology. There is a button on the Treasure Tag that lets owners know where their mobile device is located. Thus any chances of it getting lost are next to nil. The only catch to this is that the mobile phone has to be within range of the tracker unit. A specific sound will let users know of the whereabouts of their mobiles.

It is hoped that the device will be launched in a couple of weeks’ time. This novel idea of a nearness sensitive device can be used to track anything from your car keys to your wallet. It does not have to be limited to mobile phones. It will even have a leash-like attachment that you can tie around your keychain or any other material object of desire you prefer not to ever lose. It will also offer you a map with the details of your possession. The battery that comes along with this device lasts for half a year.

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