CES 2012: Cobra Electronics unveils Cobra Tag G5

Telecom Lead Team: Cobra Electronics, a designer and marketer of
automotive, mobile and consumer electronics, announced it will unveil the new
Cobra Tag with its product lineup at the 2012 International CES.

by PhoneHalo technology, Cobra Tag G5 is a loss-prevention system that solves
this vexing problem by warning users not to forget their personal valuables.
The system consists of a small, sleek key fob device paired with a free
companion smartphone app.

system uses Bluetooth wireless technology and a separation alarm to
link the user’s valuables to their smartphone. The system monitors the distance
between the phone and tagged items and produces an audible alert if they become

new Cobra Tag G5 is a Bluetooth Smart device that takes loss
prevention to a whole new level by leveraging the benefits of the new
Bluetooth v4.0 Low-Energy (BLE) standard.

Tag G5 has a long battery life that lasts more than 6 months without charging.
The new smartphone app monitors the device’s battery life and will alert users
when their battery is running low and their device needs to be recharged.

system is compatible with iPhone 4S, and also interoperable with new and
future smartphones equipped with Bluetooth v4.0. The phone or tablet device can
be used to find the user’s tagged objects through an audible alarm triggered in
the app. The user can also use the Cobra Tag G5 device to cause their phone to

Cobra Tag G5 automatically records the last known location of their valuables
and provides the owner this information through the app, email, social media,
and the web to easily recover their items.

new Cobra Tag G5 is expected to be available nationwide in Q2 with a MSRP of

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