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By Beth Bacheldor

Motorola Unveils Keylink, a Bluetooth-enabled Tag for Tracking Items

Motorola has unveiled Motorola Keylink, a smart keyfob that functions as a Bluetooth Smart RFID tag to enable iOS and Android device owners to track down their smartphone, keys or other misplaced objects. Keylink works in conjunction with the Motorola Connect App, which can be downloaded from Google Play or iTunes.

Motorola's Keylink
Keylink is designed to be attached to a keychain. If a user misplaces his or her cell phone, Motorola explains, he or she can press a button on the Keylink to make the phone ring up to 100 feet away. Likewise, if keys become misplaced, the user can utilize the Motorola Connect App to make Keylink ring.

The replaceable coin cell battery lasts upwards of a year, the company reports. Available now from Motorola.com and T-Mobile, the Keylink is priced at $25.

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