Cell Phone Watchdog keeps a keen “eye” out for you

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The Cell Phone Watchdog is a device that picked up the “Best of Innovations” award at the 2010 International CES show earlier this year, and it is nice to see it being made available online for the masses. We’re looking at a wireless watchdog which will emit an alarm the moment you and your precious cell phone are separated by over 30 feet of distance. It is small and easy to tote around, since you can always slipped it onto a key ring or clipped to a belt. Powered by Bluetooth connectivity, it will not only make noise, but vibrate and flash its LED light as well whenever the paired cell phone and it are about to enter a “long distance” relationship. Apart from that, it will also be able to signal incoming calls, function as a remote Bluetooth noise canceling speakerphone, while working as a piercing panic alarm with an emergency number autodialer. The rechargeable Li-ion battery will offer up to two hours of talk time, where it takes four hours of charging to reach its maximum capacity. How much to pay for this low maintenance “pooch”? $79.95.

4 reviews or comments

mouse Says: October 2, 2010 at 5:36 pm

The thing I find most impractical about this is that what if you are at the office, put the phone down to charge and go off to a meeting? Really not a good thing to have this going off all that time.

Eric Says: October 2, 2010 at 7:23 pm

cool device, this cellphone watchdog….but how about the reverse? make the cellphone sound an alarm if the keys are more than 30 feet away.

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adeel Says: October 6, 2010 at 1:28 am

what if mobile is switched off or its battery is finished?

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