New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

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Tile has unveiled two new Pro Series Bluetooth trackers that feature twice the range (up to 200 ft) and twice the loudness. Waterproof and durable, the Tile Style and Tile Sport are premium versions of its predecessors, Tile Mate and Tile Slim.

Tile Sport features a unique tread-like design and dark slate finish with a graphite ring that offers extra durability. Framed with a champagne gold ring, Tile Style is satin white with a subtly-ridged texture, making it the perfect accessory to attach to valuable items. Both new products come with a convenient hole so that they can easily loop onto keyrings or bags.

"The Tile community is creating a world where everyone can find the things that matter to them," said Mike Farley, CEO and Co-Founder of Tile. "The new Tile Pro Series was built with both performance and style in mind so that Tilers can find their things wherever life takes them -- whether hitting the slopes, traveling the world or enjoying a night out."



The Tile Pro Series is accompanied with a new Tile app features designed specifically for the new products. Now with volume control and eight ringtones, the Tile app allows users to personalize the sound of their Tile devices. A redesigned proximity meter provides improved accuracy to help Tilers more easily find their stuff within the new products' expanded 200-foot range. If an item is tucked deep underneath blankets or if the user doesn't want to interrupt those around them, the proximity meter will visually let the user know if they are getting closer or further away from the item.

"When it comes to Tile, what you see is a tiny device that attaches to your things. What you don't see are the millions of Tile community members helping keep your belongings safe. Every day, we hear powerful stories of how the anonymous heroes of our community help each other simply by running the Tile app. It's a simple action, but one that has a lasting impact," said Farley.

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

Tilers can ring their things using the app, or use the Tile in reverse to find their phone -- even if it's on silent. They can also see the last place they had their item on a map, and if the item has been moved, they can enlist the power of the Tile community to help them find it.

"Alexa, Ask Tile Where My Keys Are"
Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant users can also now use their favorite voice service or device to help find their misplaced items. Once the Tile skill is enabled, users of Amazon Alexa can locate their Tiled items or find their phone with simple voice commands. If a Tiler can't find their keys, they say, "Alexa, ask Tile to ring my keys," and Alexa will ring them if they're within Bluetooth range. If outside of Bluetooth range, Alexa will provide the last known location. Google Assistant users can enable the same functionalities and initiate these voice commands across Google Home, eligible Android phones and iPhones using the simple "Ok Google" phrase.

Pricing and Availability
Both Tile Style and Tile Sport retail for $35 each, or $60 for a two-pack. You can order yours from the links below...

[Tile Style] [Tile Sport]


New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]

New Tile Pro Series Bluetooth Trackers Offer 2X Range, 2X Loudness [Video]
Poopy - August 8, 2017 at 9:29pm
Ahhh! More grammar errors. Please learn the difference between farther and further!
Dictionary - August 9, 2017 at 2:14am
Dictionary.com: "Although some usage guides insist that only farther should be used for physical distance ( We walked farther than we planned), farther and further have been used interchangeably throughout much of their histories."
Poopy - August 9, 2017 at 1:16pm
Yes, many people use them incorrectly; that doesn't mean it's right.
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