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Satechi BT MediaRemote Bluetooth Multi-Media Remote Control for iPhone, iPad & iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, and Mac Mini

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  • Bluetooth 3.0 HID, Class II profile. Works with: iPhone, iPad & other OS compatible devices (iMac, Macbook Air, Mac mini, etc.), and also Android phones and tablets that support Bluetooth HID.
  • Media playback controls include play/pause, fast forward/rewind, volume up/down, mute. Home button can be used to activate Sir
  • Via volume up button, you can take pictures with iPhone camera without leaving yourself out and eliminate any camera instability.
  • Works as a presentation remote control for Keynote on Mac Computers.
  • Powers with two CR-2025 coin cell batteries and boasts up to 6 months battery life.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 3 x 1.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00824948U
  • Item model number: ST-BTRM1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (381 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,278 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Compact and lightweight, Satechi BT Media Remote is the ultimate multi-media companion for your Bluetooth iOS device. Enjoy the convenience of controlling your iPhone or iPad media wirelessly whether it is connected to your TV, dock station or car stereo.

Multi Media Remote Control
Connected to your TV, a dock station or car stereo you can, play, pause, forward, rewind and mute or adjust the volume of music or video content on your iPhone or iPad from upto 33 ft. away.

Bluetooth 3.0
BT Media Remote supports Bluetooth 3.0 HID, Class II profile. It is compatible with: iPhone, iPad & other OS compatible devices (iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iPod Touch iOS 4 or higher, etc.)

Siri Activation
Thanks to the Home button on BT Media Remote, you do not need to reach your iPhone to activate Siri while you are driving or jogging. Just long press the Home button on the remote and it works.

Camera Remote Shutter
The volume up button on BT Media Remote will trigger the Camera app to take a photo just like a camera remote shutter. This means you can place the iPhone on a tripod or stand, and snap a blur-free shot. The remote is also perfect for group shots, where you can be included!!

6 Months Battery Life
BT Media Remote powers with two CR-2025 coin cell batteries and boasts up to 6 months battery life.

Presentation Remote
BT Presentation Remote works with Keynote on Bluetooth enabled Mac computers. You can start the presentation with play button, and go to next and previous slides with forward and rewind buttons.

What's in the Box
Satechi BT Media Remote, User Manual


NOTE: Only controls Keynote on Mac OSX computers (not iOS devices). Please search for the Satechi Bluetooth Smartpointer; this device is capable of controlling Keynote in iOS.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Nice to take better still pictures with remote photo button from iPad or iPhone.
WebER
What's nice is I can connect my iPhone to my car's bluetooth, this remote, and use the aux input of my stereo all at the same time.
Matt Cebulak
I like to listen to music and audiobooks while I work, and use the remote to adjust volume and pause while I'm working.
Robert Connett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Home E Tech on June 8, 2012
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My problem scenario is simple. In the car, I use my iPhone as a GPS Nav and play music (or listen to Pandora etc). The car's sound system cannot control the iPhone's play, pause, and skip function in my setups, so I have to touch the iPhone screen several times to get to the music control. Simple as skip, with the Nav app on screen, it involves at least two to three "eyes-off-the-road-quick-glances-well-aimed" touches on the small iPhone screen on the even smaller skip icon. Not very safe and should not be done!

This remote provides the solution and allows direct access from its keys to the iPhone's music controls regardless of the app running on screen, even when the iPhone is password locked. No switching of apps, just hit a button and the iPhone reacts accordingly. If you don't have any streaming apps like Pandora or Sirius running in the background, the remote will control the iPhone's iPod functions. If you have a radio streaming app in the background, this remote will play, pause, and skip the content of that app. The simple design of the remote makes hitting the correct function keys without looking possible. Nice.

There is also a home key on the remote to "short cut" to the home screen or the bottom row "running in the background" app. This, again, will reduce the number of times you have to touch the iPhone screen or home button while minimizing the need to look at the phone to access the desired "home screen" related functions.

The volume key on the remote also mimics iOS 5's camera volume up shutter button, so this remote is also a remote shutter control. Neat.

In short, very well made item that solves a whole bunch of problems.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Adub on July 23, 2012
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Works great on At&T Galaxy S3 unrooted!!

I took a gamble and tried this remote out, as I was looking for a way to strictly control my Galaxy S3 without having to be forced into using earphones. This remote control works perfectly - took 2 seconds to configure. The center home button does exactly the same actions as the physical home button on the Galaxy S3...short press goes to the home screen, and long press shows task manager. It's on the expensive side, but it's worth it!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By D. Lewis on August 12, 2012
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I've been using this remote for less than a week, but I already love it. It works perfectly with my iPad and my iPhone (it can't control both at the same time, of course). It's really useful for when I've got my iPad hooked up to my TV, since the iPad dock doesn't have any IR capabilities. Now I can pause, play, fast-forward, rewind, etc from across the room. I used to use my bluetooth keyboard for that, but it was really a pain because it's just too big to use as a remote.
It was extremely easy to pair the remote with a device. You turn on the remote and then go to the bluetooth section of the settings on your iDevice. Tell it to connect, it'll give you a pin to enter on the remote, and once you do it, you're done! You only have to do this once for the device, although I think you have to repeat the process if you're switching devices. The pin-entering thing is actually good, since it guarantees you won't accidentally pair it with the wrong device and end up controlling someone else's Mac. Instructions for pairing come with it, but Satechi also emailed me instructions just in case the included ones weren't clear enough (although I found the written ones perfectly clear).
The remote has a clear on-off switch (which gives it another leg up on the bluetooth keyboard, since you can actually be sure it's off). It seems to go to sleep or something if you don't use it for a little while (it wakes up again when you hit a button), which I suspect saves battery life.
On my new iPad (3rd generation) and on my iPhone 4S, I've tested all of the buttons except for the one on the lower left with a grid-looking thing. I can't figure out what that does. Holding down the home button works to activate Siri, and the shutter button works for the camera, which is really, really handy.
Love this little device and highly recommend it.
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I bought this product in order to be a remote control for my google nexus 7 (currently running stock android 4.1.2). Out of the box, it works great as a MEDIA APP controller with the default music player, poweramp music player, and MX Player which is a very popular video player. I imagine this thing works well with basically all media apps.

As a plus, it also works with my old google nexus S phone which is only spec'd to have bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and is currently running android 4.0.4. The spec for this remote lists bluetooth 3.0...i'm not familiar enough with BT protocol to know if 3.0 is backwards compatible with 2.x, but let it be known that this remote works with a 2.1 spec'd device! And 2.1 is backwards compatible with BT 1.2. I'm fairly confident that this thing will work on any android device made in the last 3, maybe 4 years that supports bluetooth.

This product comes with batteries already in it.

>>ANDROID<<
The following buttons work:
-Vol up/down
-next track/prev track
-"back" square button

The following don't:
-Mute button
-keyboard button
-"Shutter" button

This device is detected as a "Media Control & Camera Shudder Click". Syncing is as easy as powering on the device (a little slider on the side), clicking the little wireless "sync" button on the slide-out-cover numpad (not shown in product picture), and then going to Settings -> Bluetooth on your Nexus 7 or other android device. It'll show up in the list. You tap on the detected device, it asks you to enter a number and hit enter, and you're done.

DISADVANTAGES:
-When this remote is paired with your nexus, it assumes control of your keyboard. So, your on-screen keyboard won't show up when you go to type something in.
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