Innovative New Product Prevents Missing Remote Trauma (MRT)

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EXINOZ Launches the Float Remote at NY NOW in the Javits Center in New York Today.

NEW YORK, NY – 08/21/2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) —, the leading home entertainment accessories brand in North America, is launching the Float Remote™ at the NY NOW Trade Show in the Javits Center today (Booth 1D202 in the New Exhibitor Pavilion). 

The Float Remote™ is the simple solution for storing all your remotes in one place. Simple stick the Float Remote™ to any surface and you’ll immediately have a new, convenient “Home” for your remotes so you never lose them again. And with the elegant, minimalistic design, the Float Remote™ will complement your decor while keeping your home clutter-free.

Every year over 10,000,000 Americans suffer from “MRT……… Missing Remote Trauma.”

Side-effects of MRT include:

  • Missing Frank Underwood’s latest scheme unfold…

  • Seeing “Game of Thrones” spoilers on Facebook before you can catch up…

  • Torn-up apartments, ruined relationships and worst of all…

  • … suffering through mind-melting reality TV shows.

However, thanks to the launch of the Float Remote™, you never need to be at risk of suffering from “Missing Remote Trauma” again.

“We are thrilled to be releasing the Float Remote™ today with NY NOW and to showcase our latest product in the home entertainment space which I hope will improve the experience of TV lovers everywhere”, says owner and CEO of EXINOZ, Rui Zhi Dong. 


Exinoz is a home entertainment technology company, focused on creating premium quality products to improve the experience of consumers in the living room.

To learn more about the Float Remote™, or to book an interview, contact Hellan Said at 604.346.6649 or email, [email protected], or visit the website at

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