Business Name: TinyTec, Inc.
Business Address: 330 Madison ave, 6th floor New York, NY 10036
Primary Line of Business: Consumer Electronics
TinyTec Inc. was founded in 2014 and is a distributor of portable consumer electronic products in the USA. TinyTec Inc.'s 1st product on the market is TinyStic (pronounced "Tiny Stick"). TinyStic brings your smartphone apps from your mobile device to the big screen TV. The TinyStic is a portable HDMI device that uses wireless Miracast and Airplay technology to allow you to display all of your smartphone/tablet content onto an external display.
"TinyStic will make its retail debut on the Atlanta music scene" Examiner, August 13, 2015.
“TinyStic: The Future of Mobile” Insider Industry, May 21, 2015
"TinyStic Works With Windows 8.1 Phones" World News Journal, June 3, 2015
TinyStic is a USB sized device that mirrors all smartphone content to external HDMI displays. The TinyStic plugs into the HDMI port on a monitor or big screen TV. All of the users apps are available. A wireless Bluetooth keyboard can be connected for a complete desktop experience right from the smartphone. TinyStic works on tablets also. TinyStic is great for streaming live television, movies and playing games from the smartphone onto the big screen.
The market for TinyTec's devices consists of smartphone and tablet consumers who desire to expand the usage of those smart devices.
Gartner Research: There were 968 million smartphones sold globally in 2013.
Emarketer.com: There are 140 million smartphone users in the United States in 2014.
The Wall Street Journal: Desktop and laptop sales are decreasing at 1.3% per year.
IDC: Smartphone sales are increasing by 12% per year.
Forrester Report: 83% of U.S. online consumers find it difficult to switch between different devices (desktop, tablet & smartphone) to either take action or find.
DigitalSmith: 54.4 % of cable subscribers are leveraging a monthly subscription service like Netflix and 4.8% plan to cancel cable.
With decreasing desktop/laptop sales and increasing smartphone sales, and the decreasing use of traditional pay TV, it's only natural that the smartphone take on more functions. TinyStic is in a great position to capitalize on these trends.