TrackR has today unveiled the tracking stuff that they will be bringing to the CES 2017 conference.

There are a couple of new products that they will be showing off, including the TrackR Pixel, which is a cheaper version of their TrackR Bravo device, but with the new version, it swaps the previously aluminium casing for plastic.

Of course, this allows it to be a lot cheaper, reducing the price from $39.99 to $24.99.

It will be available to pre-order from January 2nd, with shipping planned for Spring 2017.

Alongside the new Pixel tracker, TrackR will also be unveiling their new version of the TrackR wallet.

Aptly named TrackR wallet 2.0, the new version has an improved form-factor that is the same size as a credit card, allowing it to be easily stored in your wallet.

At just 2mm thick, TrackR says that it is the thinnest item-finder on the market.

But while being that slim, it also comes with the same features as the rest of the line, allowing you to track an item from up to 100-feet away using Bluetooth. You can also track an item outside of that thanks to TrackR’s crowdsourced network, which allows you to track the device via other people’s TrackR devices.

It will also come with the ability to replace its batteries by yourself.

And that’s still not all, TrackR has also announced another device called the TrackR Atlas, which is a wall plug that uses Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology to allow you to track devices in your house on a room-by-room basis.

It will also work with the Amazon Alexa system, allowing you to use devices like the Amazon Echo to track items around your home with your voice.

It is now available for pre-order for $39.99.

You can find out more about all of these devices at the source link below.

Source: TrackR

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