Covert Asset Tracking Systems Ltd, also known as C.A.T.S.eye, has a brand new tracking device that is small enough to be fitted discreetly into virtually any item of value, from notebooks to yachts. Sharing the approximate dimensions of a matchbox, the C.A.T.S.eye tracking device utilizes an amalgamation of GPS technology, GSM and radio frequency to give you the exact location of its host on the Internet. This three-pronged approach works well because there is always GSM and radio frequency to fall back upon whenever there is no GPS signal available. A retail version will be available early next year for approximately £249.00.
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