motorola-keylink

Looking for an easy way to keep track of your keys? Motorola has your back with its new Keylink.

Simply put, the new device lets you find your keys from your phone via an app, or find your phone from your keys thanks to a button on the device that will ring the phone. Additionally, the Keylink works as a security token for Lollipop devices, letting you unlock your phone without a password or pin as long as the Keylink is within range.

If this sounds familiar its because we first heard about such a device in August, thanks to a set of FCC documents. At the time it was known as the next-gen Moto Skip, but for whatever reason Motorola held off its release and ended up rebranding it. It’s also worth noting that Motorola did release the semi-similar Power Pack Micro in September for $40, a keychain power pack that also doubles as a key/phone finding device.

The Motorola Keylink might not have a power pack built it, but it’s fairly affordable at $25 and has a standard coin cell battery that is said to last about a year. For those looking to pick it up right now, we have some bad news. The Motorola Keylink is currently sold out already on Motorola’s website, though it is expected to arrive to T-Moble stores “shortly”.

What do you think, anyone planning on picking these one up as soon as you can get your hands on it?

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