The key to unlocking this smart luggage lock is NFC or a Ballpoint Pen

The key to unlocking this smart luggage lock is NFC or a Ballpoint Pen


Egeetouch seems to have solved a travel problem we weren’t even aware we had: a keyless NFC-enabled lock for your luggage. Rather than having to fumble with a dial code or a key that’s been TSA approved, the smart lock uses NFC and a battery that should perform for 30,000 cycles between changes.

No matter how smart a lock, the problem with luggage was never breaking the lock, but is with the zipper, so looks like Egeetouch is a company that will fail before it even launches it’s first product.

Read more @ Engadget.



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