Nio Bluetooth gadget guardian ships in America

Posted in Bluetooth by Shane McGlaun on November 27th, 2009

niobluetoothThieves suck. You should be able to track down the people who steal your stuff and kick them repeatedly in the gonads. A new antitheft device that uses Bluetooth called Nio is now available in the US for purchase through Amazon.

The Nio tags can be used to protect all sorts of electronic devices like mobile phones, laptops and the data on the devices. The tags can be set with a security zone of up to 80 feet and when the devices move more than the set distance apart both the tag and the device it is protecting produce an audible alarm.

The system consists of the Bluetooth tag and software that sits on the laptop or the mobile phone. The nio device also has a locate tone to help you find your device if you lose it. The only downside to this is that if your catch the thief trying to steal your gear, you could be the one getting kicked in the gonads if things don’t go your way. The nio tag sells for $69.95 with a lifetime of service.

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