What you need to know
- Tile has announced its latest lineup of item trackers.
- The company is introducing the Tile Ultra, its first item tracker with support for Ultra-Wideband.
- It is also launching a Point and Locate feature along with the new product.
Tile, the most popular item tracker company in the world, has announced its latest lineup of products. The announcement includes the introduction of the Tile Ultra, the company's first item tracker with support for Ultra-Wideband and its "Point and Locate" feature.
CJ Prober, the CEO of Tile, said that its new lineup is "making it even easier for people to quickly find what they need."
The company has announced updated versions of the Pro, Mate, Sticker, and Slim that include new form factors, longer range, louder speakers, and longer battery life.
The company is also launching the Tile Ultra, its first item tracker to feature Ultra-Wideband technology that will enable its new "Point and Locate" feature. Along with Lost and Found, Scan and Secure, and QR codes for contacting owners of lost items, the company is poised to compete directly with Apple's AirTag while bringing similar features across both iOS and Android.
Below is the pricing breakdown of Tile's new lineup:
- Tile Pro: Available in Black or White, for $34.99
- Tile Mate: Available in Black or White, for $24.99
- Tile Slim: Available in Black for $34.99
- Tile Sticker: Available in Black, starting from $29.99
Tile's new item tracker lineup is available today at Tile.com, Amazon, Costco, Best Buy, Target, and more.
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