Satechi Bluetooth Button Series

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Scrambling to find your phone while behind the wheel is a major no-no. Forget the fumbling and invest into a set of Bluetooth Buttons from the good folks at Satechi.

The set includes 3 different buttons, all of which wirelessly connect to your smartphone giving you the ability to control it remotely. There’s a Home Button, letting users do everything from making calls to using Google voice search. There’s a Media Button that gives you the ability to control your music from afar, and then there’s the Shutter Button which allows you to take photos on your smartphone or tablet from up to 40 feet away. The buttons work with both Android and iOS powered devices, and they come with a button mount (for your steering wheel), audio port keychain attachment, and a 3M sticker. It’s also worth noting that each battery lasts for up to 2 years. [Purchase]

Satechi Bluetooth Button Series 01

Satechi Bluetooth Button Series 02

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