The New MicroBot 'Push' Button Pusher Works with Touchscreens

 - May 11, 2017
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The second-generation MicroBot 'Push' button pusher is designed with modern technology environments in mind in order to upgrade existing home environments to be that much more efficient and smart.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is continuing to permeate the home product and appliance market, but doesn't widespread appeal just yet given that many consumers don't feel the need to upgrade existing solutions that work just fine. This is pushing new products like the second-generation MicroBot 'Push' button pusher to be developed in order to make existing devices and products smarter without having to spend money upgrading to the latest models.

The MicroBot 'Push' device is capable of being used on coffee makers, appliances and even touchscreens in order to activate things remotely when the user isn't at home to physically do so by hand.