Description:I need a small button that syncs with my iPhone. Essentially, i want to be able to click this button, and then whatever i say, it will go in my iPhone.
It can be as simple as a 2cm by 2cm piece, or a 5cm by 5cm piece. Whether its circular or rectangular doesn't matter.
I would like it to be able to be charged (if it needs), and have bluetooth capabilities to connect to your phone.
Wants:Button no bigger than 5cm by 5cm, either circular or rectangular. Black, silver, or white as the colour.
Don't Wants:A big chunky piece of equipment.
Ask for Sample:I only need 1 for a sample, and then a large order will come.
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