Do you have smart luggage envy? If so, buy a Bluesmart ($449 to $599) or Raden ($295 to $395). But if you still love your Briggs & Riley or other "dumb" suitcase, worry not. There are at least three ways to give your existing bag some smarts, at least when it comes to tracking it.\n1. Get a GPS tracker\nSmart luggage typically offers electronic tracking, helping you locate a missing or stolen bag on a map. Usually, tracking is done via Bluetooth, because GPS can be a battery hog. By comparison, Bluetooth tracking sips battery power but enables you to locate a bag only within Bluetooth range, which is usually 330 feet or less.\nEven so, there are GPS trackers worth considering, including Trackimo, which currently retails for $100 on Amazon. The device, which has received positive reviews from the likes of Tom\u2019s Guide, is small and transmits location info over GSM cellular networks, which means you can track the device\u2019s location just about anywhere on the globe.\nTom\u2019s Guide\u2019s reviewer got nearly a week of standby time from Trackimo, though another product, Spytec GL300, lasted longer. (I\u2019ve not tested either Trackimo or Spytec.) \u00a0Though Spytec\u2019s device is only $70, its monthly service is $25\/month, compared to Trackimo\u2019s $5\/month\u00a0 \u2014 after one free year of service.\nFYI: Trackimo also sells a 3G GPS tracker, $140 on Amazon.\u00a0\n2. Add a Bluetooth tracker\nI\u2019ve tested multiple Bluetooth trackers, and my favorite remains Tile, which offers the best combination of easy-to-use app, relatively large user base (which can passively help you locate missing items beyond Bluetooth range), and reliable products. For a bag or suitcase, I\u2019d go with Tile Mate, as it\u2019s the louder of Tile\u2019s current trackers. (Neither are as loud as Chipolo Plus, but Tile\u2019s user community is larger, which might come in handy).\n3. Add a \u2018smart\u2019 identification tag\nSome travelers don\u2019t like the idea of having their contact info clearly visible on a luggage tag. If you identify with that unease, eBags\u2019 Connected Tag is for you.\n eBags\nThe plastic tags have a QR code on the back. Using eBags\u2019 mobile app, add your contact details, take a photo of your bag (optional), and scan the QR code. If your bag goes AWOL, a good Samaritan can scan the QR code to discover your contact info. Or they can type the tag\u2019s URL into a web browser. Either way, the Connected Tags are easy to set up, and they only cost $5.