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Babrit wireless remote control smart dog

Babrit wireless remote control smart dog

Babrit wireless remote control smart dog

I have been searching and searching for something like this, but to no avl. I am looking for a device that will both send/receive text messages and a few other functions. I would like to connect my remote to it and have it be ready to go with no setup required. What I am hoping to find is a wireless bluetooth capable device that will work off of power or off of an internal battery. I want to be able to use it to send text messages from my cell phone, but I also want it to be able to turn on/off the home wifi and possibly run apps. I also don't want a battery pack or the risk of it being depleted by it's own use. I want it to be a battery operated device that is as inconspicuous as possible. I think I have narrowed my search down to a few companies but I am still seeking further information, anything I should look for, anyone have a pet like me?

I understand that the mn advantage of this device is the ability to control all functions of your system from anywhere you are, which is a great feature, but I am also a minimalist at heart so I want the easiest, most easy to use device that can be pred with my phone and allow me to send text messages and control wifi, which is what I'm looking for, but I also don't want to get frustrated at having to have it do too much and not be able to turn off that annoying dingleberry chirping noise. So basically, I want it to do it all, not just control my home wifi and be able to send text messages.

Bravo, I was looking for this, but couldn't find anything. Your link looks like it could be what I am looking for. The link is to a company called the BRIAN Project which seems to be an Android operating system, which would help me get what I need. I would be able to use the phone that I currently use, my phone would control the Brian, but then I wouldn't have to worry about my computer being connected or any wifi devices in the house like my baby monitor, r purifier, or home cinema system. Any way I can look into the Brian project, or do you have another link? Thanks

This is a great idea. I recently got a Samsung Chromebook for $200 from the Verizon store. It is a tablet with a keyboard but it runs Chrome OS and is basically a small laptop that syncs well with my Android phone and can do some real work with. I didn't even know it could do all that but if I can, I might give Brian my old tablet from college to replace my smartphone as a remote control device.

The biggest problem with this is going to be the battery life on the Samsung. Mine gets about a day and I have to plug it in every night to sync it.

This is a great idea. I recently got a Samsung Chromebook for $200 from the Verizon store. It is a tablet with a keyboard but it runs Chrome OS and is basically a small laptop that syncs well with my Android phone and can do some real work with. I didn't even know it could do all that but if I can, I might give Brian my old tablet from college to replace my smartphone as a remote control device.

The biggest problem with this is going to be the battery life on the Samsung. Mine gets about a day and I have to plug it in every night to sync it.

I've got one for $100 (or was it $50?) from a local store. I don't use it for anything more than remote and music control, and the battery life is really nice (if you don't do something like streaming or something). If you have an Android device with apps like "Screen Mirroring" you could use it with just about any device with a screen. I haven't tried streaming something from it yet though.

It's so tiny, it's practically useless, but it's surprisingly comfortable and it's not too bad on the eyes.

The price was right and it works as an HDMI to TV converter. I used to have a similar one with an Android tablet and HDMI out, but this one has wifi. I don't want to use this as a tablet because it's too small, but I'll definitely keep it around.

This is a great idea. I recently got a Samsung Chromebook for $200 from the Verizon store. It is a tablet with a keyboard but it runs Chrome OS and is basically a small laptop that syncs well with my Android phone and can do some real work with. I didn't like the keyboard cover that came with the box so I just got another for $10. I also like to use it for navigation and the screen is a little too large to fit in my pocket.

This should work really well with these. I haven't seen anything out of the Chromecast, but I'm sure it would be an ideal accessory for it.

Why does everyone make a new post every time one hits the front page? Why can't you use the old one?

Why?

Because the last entry had a lot more votes and is the one that's been sitting on the front page for the past 24 hours and a new one was being posted every minute. It may be just me, but I find it weird to see a post with 0 votes (or at least a negative vote) that I just now started reading. The whole point of voting is to tell the rest of the community what you thought.

I've already seen all


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