Wherify unveils world’s smallest GPS Phone at CES

Wherify unveils world’s smallest GPS Phone at CES

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Wherify’s GPS Locator Phone is the latest product in a family of Wherify GPS locators to be showcased at CES. Wherify Wireless Inc., developers of GPS-based location products and services, is unveiling the world’s smallest GPS Locator Phone at this year’s 2004 International CES, the annual tradeshow for consumer technology, January 8-11, in Las Vegas, Nev. Wherify’s new GPS Locator Phone is geared towards consumers looking for a unique personal safety and security device that can be used to keep tabs on the location of loved-ones, within feet, through the Internet or any phone, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Wherify GPS Locator Phone incorporates such features as a two-way mic/speaker, a one-touch button with direct dial to 911 and an operator in the event of an emergency, as well as a programmable button with direct dial to a parent, guardian, spouse, co-worker or other important contact. Wherify’s GPS Locator Phone will retail for less than $150 and will be available to consumers late second quarter 2004.

Wherify is also showcasing at CES a family of other GPS Locators that are smaller and lighter than their predecessor, the Wherify GPS Locator for Kids, and come in a variety of form-factors from handheld devices with unique designs, to GPS Locators about the size of a matchbox.

The GPS Locator Phone could also be used in a variety of business applications like executive security, fleet management, vehicle and cargo tracking, valuable asset tracking, and mobile workforce communication.

Through the convergence of GPS and digital wireless technologies – in combination with Wherify’s patented back-end location technology – Wherify’s GPS Location products and services offer a tested and proven safety solution that gives consumers and businesses peace of mind knowing they can locate what they want.