Technology has figuratively shrunk the world as we know it. Twenty years ago, to call overseas and your only option was a collect call at a cost of nearly $5 a minute. Today, we have social media and applications such as Skype and Discord to keep us connected to our friends and family worldwide. In this day and age, connectivity is everything. Whether it’s fast internet, cell phones, mobile hot spots or just a simple Bluetooth connection, we’re all connected all the time. But there are some old devices that still work great but lack features such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. For devices such as this, there is the Tunai Wand.
The Tunia Wand is a low-latency Bluetooth 5.0 transmitter that allows you to connect to any non-Bluetooth audio device like your TV, game consoles, home stereo or even your PC. With the Tunai Wand you can connect up to two Bluetooth headphones to any device that uses either an auxiliary, USB Audio or an optical S/PDIF port. I will admit, at first, I was unsure how useful the Wand would actually be. Just about everything you can imagine these days has Bluetooth. So, why would I need a Bluetooth transmitter? Well, there were several reasons why the Tunai Wand would come in handy. So, let’s find out what those cases may be.
Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP
CODEC Support: aptX, aptX Low Latency, SBC
Operation Range: Up To 164 Feet (50 Meters) Open Air
Dual Link CODEC Support: aptX, aptX Low Latency, SBC
Max Device Connection: 2 devices
Audio Input: Analog, Optical S/PDIF and USD
Weight: 0.77 oz/22 grams
Product Dimensions: 0.67” x .067” x 2.98” (17mm x 17mm x 75mm)