'TapWise' NFC nTag 10 Pack
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- Pack of ten (10) TapWise NFC Cloud nTags
- Each tag can hold up to 144 bytes of data
- NFC Forum Type 2 Tags
- Visit www.tapwise.com for more information
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A pack of ten (10) 'TapWise' NFC Cloud nTags. These TapWise nTags are adhesive (wet) inlays with NTAG 203 chips manufactured by Smartrac. The NTAG 203 can be write-protected, and comes NDEF formatted. Use the nTag with TapWise's cloud-based Tag Manager applications for increased storage, dynamic encoding management, and engagement analytics.
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It'd be handy to have a place to write on the tag what it's going to do when you touch your phone to it, but that's readily solved in any other number of ways.
Great looking tags, they don't have advertisements/websites on them. Just purely say NFC and have the tapwise logo (not that anyone recognizes their logo). Took a while to arrive...like 9 business days or something, but I wasn't in a rush.
They write perfectly and read perfectly through a otterbox commuter case. They have low writable space so if you have the S4 (or a Nexus device??) and don't want to use NFC in conjunction with Tasker buy Topaz 512 tags which have a lot more space. If you plan on using tasker for your profiles and NFC tags merely as on/off switches then the low write space is not a big deal. If you have an different (older?) NFC phone, like the S3, buy the 1k tags sense they are compatible.
These appear to stick well, but I have yet to actually put them anywhere because I'm waiting on my upgrade to S4 to start placing them (I will update this when I start using them actually).
For the price I paid, these tags are probably the best out there.
Still trying to find other creative ideas on what to use these for. But they are interesting, worth a try in my opinion.
I affixed a tag to my Rabbit Mini Portable Stand for iPhone 5, 4S, 4, 3Gs, iPod, Samsung Galaxy S3, S2, S Phone, HTC and other Smartphones so I can launch a clock app to display while my phone charges at my desk.
[Update 01/03]: I have replaced my Rabbit stand with a Nokia Wireless Charging Stand, which has a built-in NFC capability. I moved my sticker to the top of my Creative D80 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Black) so I can launch my Bluetooth settings and connect to the speaker.
I also have the GOgroove BlueGate Wireless A2DP Bluetooth Audio Music Receiver & Adapter for Portable Speakers , Headphones , Home and Car Stereo Systems and a Motorola T325 Bluetooth Portable Car Speaker (Black, Retail Packaging) in my car, and if I don't turn them on in the right order, I have to adjust my Bluetooth settings. I put a sticker on my dash so I can tap the phone, approve the NFC-based program launch, and enable the appropriate device.
In case anyone is wondering what use these would be for Windows Phone, you're able to activate Car Mode and Desktop Mode without the necessary accessories.
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I'm sure they work. But I'm just too lazy actually use them.