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I used to work for the NSA. Maybe I can get a discount? ;^)
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I am thinking what a great early Christmas gift! Steve can't bend over because he falls so he would love this as long as he didn't lose it. Is there a p,ace you could attach a "tile". They are trackers so you can use the app and they send a signal so you can find things.
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No need to worry about losing it. It's like an appliance. It just sits on a counter or a shelf and plugs into a wall socket. That said, there are apps to work with it as well that you can put on any device or devices. There's an app for the Echo itself and the lights that I'm using are Philips hue lux and there's an app for them as well that can be used on multiple devices.
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I used to work for the NSA. Maybe I can get a discount? ;^)
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