Keyring Wi-fi seeker


Gone are the days of novelty keyrings – these days everything needs to earn its keep with some kind of practical use. And if you’re out and about with your laptop, what could be more useful than a device that locates a Wi-Fi hotspot?

The Wi-Fi Seeker is a pocket-sized device for seeking out a wireless connection, which can also be used as a keyring. Using it is as simple as switching it on. If there’s a signal in your vicinity, it will register on the Seeker, the signal’s strength indicated by four red LEDs – 1 is a weak signal, 4 is a strong signal. It operates with a radius of 300ft.

You can pick up the Wi-fi seeker now, priced around the £20 mark.

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Dave Walker
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