With Christmas just around the corner, you’re bound to get at least one very very expensive gift from Santa this year (unless you’ve been naughty…you know who you are). And, if you’re like me, you might be prone to lose these expensive gifts at the drop of a hat. Why, just the other day I lost my iPod Nano in the couch cushions. That wouldn’t have happened if I had a Nio, a Bluetooth security tag developed by Tenbu Technologies. Simply attach Nio to whichever of your possessions you want to secure (keys, laptop, precious bag of chocolate truffles, prize winning Pomeranian) and sync it to your Bluetooth enabled cell phone running Nio’s software. An alarm goes off once you or your possession has traveled outside of the designated security zone, which ranges from 65 feet on the lowest security setting to within only a few feet on the highest one.
Nio is avilable now for $70 per unit, but might be worth the investment if you’re worried about having to replace lost or, worse yet, stolen gadgets in the future.
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