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Simplest Internet User Interface in the World Is Halved

The Button Corporation launches the all-new bttn Mini®

Helsinki, Finland and New York, NY– June 1st, 2016 – The Button Corporation, which launched world’s first internet connected physical push button in the Spring of 2014, announced today the all-new bttn Mini®.

Packed with the same magic but half the size of the original bttn®, the new bttn Mini is the ultimate physical signalling device for human beings. With the bttn Mini in the line-up, The Button Corporation keeps delivering on the premise of the simplest internet user interface in the world™.

“We are proud to have been able to pack even more power into the diminutive form factor of the bttn Mini. With two distinct gestures – the press and the long press – the bttn Mini can perform two separate actions. The long press is a feature developed to meet the needs of our business customers to be able to cancel or confirm an action or a purchase, ” says Harri Rautio, founder and CEO of The Button Corporation. “As this is a widely requested feature, we are bringing it also to the original bttn via a simple firmware upgrade,” continues Rautio.

In just two years, bttns have been shipped to over 100 countries worldwide and are used by leading companies in transportation & logistics, maintenance services, hospitality industry, retail, elderly care, manufacturing & process industries, security and smart home, to act as a shortcut to order their products and services.

The new bttn mini comes with three connectivity options: mobile data, SIGFOX and Wi-Fi.

Shipping of mobile data version of bttn Mini starts today, the Wi-Fi version in July, and SIGFOX version in Q3 of 2016.

About The Button Corporation

The Button Corporation is the creator of the bttn®, the Simplest internet user interface in the World. It brings the power of Internet-of-Everything to individuals, families, and businesses with its elegantly designed physical push buttons always connected to the net. The Button Corporation is privately funded and based in Helsinki, Finland and New York, U.S. For more information, visit the company website at


For further information, please contact:

Saku Everi, Communications, The Button Corporation
Tel. +358 40 717 7776                                                        
Email: saku (at)