London, UK, 16th July 2013 — Wireless accessory manufacturer BeeWi, today announces the Mini Cooper Coupé, the latest product in a range of impressive Bluetooth ‘toys’ and audio accessories. This miniature car connects to all iOS, Windows and Android devices, enabling users to drive it using a smartphone or tablet. Retailing at £39.99, the Mini Cooper Coupé is available online from

After downloading the free BeeWi Control Pad application from the AppStore, Windows Phone Store or Google Play, users can pair the Mini Cooper Coupé via Bluetooth, allowing the car to be controlled from a smartphone or tablet.

Boasting intuitive motion control through mobile orientation sensors, users can simply tilt and turn a smartphone or tablet to ensure the car is heading in the right direction. A touch-screen button interface is also available for those who prefer to place the control directly at their fingertips.

The Mini Cooper Coupé is powered by three AA batteries that provide users with up to three hours of continuous playtime, when within a 15 metre range. The compact Mini Cooper Coupé design, which measures at 18 x 8 x 7.5 cm, ensures that the fun can follow the user, wherever they choose to go this summer.

Other key specifications include:

  • Bluetooth 2.1, Class 2
  • Up to 15 metre range
  • 4V Typical voltage
  • Up to 3 hours playtime
  • Dimensions 18 x 8x 7.5 cm, 67g

Pricing and availability
The Mini Cooper Coupé is available online now from for iOS, Android and Windows platforms and retails at £39.99.

For more information on all BeeWi products, please visit

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