Ever find yourself wandering around a giant parking lot filled with a seemingly endless metallic sea of vehicles without a clue as to where your car is actually parked? Or maybe you’ve gone out to the woods for a day of trail hiking only to emerge from a different trailhead feeling mostly clueless as to where you left your ride home? These and many other situations have been the torment of motorists for years. It only makes sense then that when a crowd funding project for a device named ZUS appeared it was fully funded. ZUS is a 12V two port car charger, made by Palo Alto, CA based startup nonda. ZUS links to a smartphone app and then serves as a GPS locator for your car. Are the days of wandering the sweltering asphalt of your local mall gone or should you just work on getting better with directions and skip ZUS altogether? Follow along as we find out!
- CES 2018