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RFID jammies for kids

Peter Rojas
07.30.05
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Clothing brand Lauren Scott is introducing a new line of children's sleepwear (aka jammies) that come embedded with RFID tags so that parents can be instantly alerted if their toddlers try to sneak out for a night of wild partying. The clothes will be sold at Target and work with SmartWear's RFID system of tag readers that you're supposed to place near doors and windows. Paranoid/loving parents should be prepared to shell out about five hundred bucks for the whole set up.

[Via The Wireless Weblog]

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