Walli — a smart wallet that sends its owner a notice that he left some things in the café or at work — for example, the wallet, credit card and so on. The device connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth. The wallet is watching, where is his owner, and sends notifications if it detects that one back too far.
In addition, Walli analyzes what card slots most often uses the buyer, and sends a reminder if one of the frequently used slots is free. In addition, using the Walli can locate your smartphone if it is within 30 metres of the purse. To do this, double-tapping on the device, and the phone will beep. Now the creators of the purse raise funds for its production on Kickstarter site. The cost Walli retail price will be $119.
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