SPIN remote - The Simplest, most Stylish remote ever / TOG: The Ultra-Small Bluetooth Enabled Button / iCamPRO FHD

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SPIN remote - The Simplest, most Stylish remote ever

 

 

One remote for all your devices, free of all those buttons you never use. Turns rotation and touch into commands.
SPIN remote sends out infrared signals in every direction, so gone are the days when you had to point your remote control towards your equipment. Touching SPIN remote is enough to activate it and let the magic happen. SPIN remote not only transmits infrared signals, it can receive them as well. This feature is used to learn commands from your existing remote controls. Even though SPIN remote can talk with your smart devices via Bluetooth, it is primarily meant for your non-networked equipment and your not-so-smart HDTV... (From $94 USD and end Jan 13)

TOG: The Ultra-Small Bluetooth Enabled Button

 

 

Control your Bluetooth enabled devices with this open-source button that is only slightly larger than a micro SD card... (From $20 and end Feb 5)

iCamPRO FHD

Standing just over 3” tall and powered by a high-speed CPU with a patent-pending multi-sensor network, the iCamPRO is the smallest intelligent security robot that sees and tracks objects in real-time at your home or office, and even in a dimly lit environment... (From $149 and end Jan 28)

 

 

 


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