Kickstarter-turned-product that’ prepared to change the way we find lost items. It’s pretty simple. Attach a $25 Mu Tag to any item and it will track the item with a tiny GPS sensor. Then connect the tag to your phone and give the tag a name for the item. Then you can track that item anywhere, anytime. The battery on each Mu Tag lasts three months. The world’s smallest consumer tracking device should prove to be an unforgettable new offer in tech, and for lost luggage. What do you think? Worth the $25?]]>
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