Look, everything does not need Wi-Fi. The best example of this is a Wireless Mouse Trap Monitor that a company called Wakefield Technologies is trying to raise money for Kickstarter.
Here's the premise: you have a mousetrap, but you do not want to get up and check it out. That's. You buy this trap monitor and it becomes even more sedentary. It's a yellow box that looks like a Lego cheese, lasts three months with a load, and there is an application that is supposed to warn you when the trap is fired.
You do not need this back
Does this need to exist? No. Will the mouse be distracted by the motion detector, which for some reason looks like cheese, and the trap will be completely lost? Probably.
It is not necessary that there is an application or a connected version of each device in our lives, but if the problems with the mouse force you to get up too much, you can endorse this device in Kickstarter. But beware that projects funded by crowdfunding may fail and fail often, so there is no guarantee that you will be living free of mouse if you support it.