Suitcase Enlists Fingerprint Sensor For Locking/Unlocking

An undisclosed luggage maker will be using NEXT’s fingerprint sensor to create what is being called the world´s most advanced suitcase. Describing the suitcase as packed with technology, NEXT said it will send an alert to its owner’s smart phone when the suitcase arrives on the conveyor belt, and an alarm if anyone tries to run away with it. NEXT added that the suitcase set for introduction has a GPS-tracking, a built in scale that gives exact weight, ability to charge a smart phone seven times and a blue tooth speakerphone.

 

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