Tile Introduces Their 2022 Lineup With New Features

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Tile has launched a number of products, including the Tile Pro, the Tile Slim, Two Tile Mates and the tiny Tile Sticker.

The American consumer electronics company manufactures tracking devices that attach users to their belongings.

While other Tile products have permanent batteries that the company says should last up to three years, the Tile Pro ($34.99) comes with a removable BIOS battery that should last up to one year.

The Tile Pro offers a longer design, more space, a better speaker and a 400-foot Bluetooth range. Other Tile products include the Tile Mate ($24.99) which is Tile’s cheaper keychain tracker, Tile Slim ($34.99), a tracker shaped like a credit card for users wallets, and finally the Tile Sticker ($29.99), a small plastic circle used with sticky tape for items where a loop connector is not viable.

While the range of the three items listed above has been increased to 250 feet, the company explained that each new tracker, including the Pro, now has an IP67 dust and water resistance that will help them survive immersion in one meter of water for 30 minutes.

For more information, read the original story in Arstechnica.

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