MYNT is a Durable Bluetooth Tracker That Doubles as Remote Control

All the components of MYNT have been packed in its stainless steel housing, which ensures the Bluetooth tracker steadily puts an eye on your valuables, and it works as a remote control. Nice idea? Let’s keep going.

MYNT Bluetooth Tracker with Remote Control

The MYNT is an advanced and multi purposed wireless tracking device that measures only 2.5 x 5.5 x 0.35cm. As we can see from the images, the Bluetooth tracker sports a sleek, ultra-thin profile along with four optional colors to meet your sense of style, and its stainless steel housing body not only provides premium feeling, but also protects internal components from daily tear and wear and splashes.

Using Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the tracker wirelessly communicates with your smartphone in order that you can locate your valuables via custom app, vice versa, you can also find out your phone using MYNT in your hand. Moreover, when the distance between your phone and MYNT is out of 45 meters, its out-of-range alarm will alert you.

MYNT Bluetooth Tracker with Remote Control

As a multi functional device, MYNT also works as a remote control that allows you to remotely control your music playback on your tablet or smartphone, and its Mac app also lets handily control your PowerPoint or KeyNote presentations. Furthermore, it also can be used as remote shutter that helps you capture perfect selfies and group photos. Apart from that, its replaceable CR2020 battery lasts up to one year. When the battery starts running low, its smart battery reminder will notify you.

MYNT Bluetooth Tracker with Remote Control

The MYNT has been available for preorder via Indiegogo. You can pledge $15 to own the versatile Bluetooth tracker. It will be shipped in November this year. BTW, also don’t miss Lymbit item finder and more cool stuff by following tags.


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