Satechi has unveiled their BT Button series over at CES 2015, that enables users to enjoy absolute wireless accessibility – all using a single press of a button. This particular trilogy series would comprise of a BT Shutter Button, a BT Media Button and a BT Home button, where users can then tote on their key chains, steering wheel or dashboard in a jiffy so that one can easily access several aspects of their smart devices – and this would include the likes of photos, music and GPS directions.
The Satechi BT Button series would boasts of a sophisticated slim aluminum metal design, where it will play nice with most iOS devices which support Bluetooth and Android 4.4.4 KitKat or newer. Each of the plug and play buttons will arrive packaged with a mount, audio port keychain attachment, an integrated 3M sticker for easy attachment, and a CR2016 battery, which is said to be able to last for up to a couple of years.
Such a perfect blur-free selfie would become achievable thanks to Satechi’s BT Shutter Button. Imagine snapping group photos and video recordings being no longer that awkward, as all that one needs to do is tap the Shutter Button, where you can then see the paired smart device to begin recording or taking photos immediately. This would make it the perfect tool to capture every single one of life’s moments, the Shutter Button did not miss a beat, or a perfect photo.
Satechi’s BT Media Button lets one control the soundtrack of their lives sans wires without the need of their smart device to be nearby. This media button will be used to remotely control volume, fast forward, rewind, and play/pause music or videos, and it is ideal for listening to music and controlling video play hands-free, all without the need to get up or even to reach for your device.
Last but not least, there is the Satechi BT Home Button, letting one access the likes of Siri and any other phone assistant in a jiffy, regardless of whether it is through a smartphone’s speakerphone or a user’s car microphone. The Home Button would offer users with a safe, hands-free approach in order to make and receive phone calls, to access Siri or to follow GPS directions as one drives.
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