Polaroid on Thursday launches a brand new version of a wireless camera known as Cube+ , which features a built-in WiFi at CE week in New York city. The Cube+ can permit the user to directly connect with Android or iOS device, and use their phones to manage it or use it as a finder.
The Polaroid Cube+ wireless camera measures 1.4 inches sq. and might be connected to smartphones and tablets via the Polaroid Cube+ app for iOS and Android. Furthermore, users can control their Cube+ wireless camera remotely, which can conjointly permit them to transfer the photos and videos that they will edit and share from their phone or tablet directly with their friends online.
It doesn’t seem like The Cube+ has any upgraded imaging optics. It takes half dozen megapixel still photos and encompasses a 124-degree wide-angle lens that records up to 90 minutes of continuous video in 1080p full HD resolution. The Cube+ can even capture 8-megapixel photos and streams video fully HD as there is an 8MP sensor which is an upgrade from the earlier 6MP sensor of Cube camera of Polaroid.
Cube+ wireless camera has a microSD card slot that is easily expandable upto 32 GB capacity. It is up to a 2-meter depth, shockproof and waterproof. You’ll see a single button on the device, you have to single click to take pictures and a double click begins filming video as well.
The regular Polaroid Cube will be on sale for $99.99, and will be available in 2 new colors: hot pink and glow-in-the-dark inexperienced. The latter would be nice for nighttime use, if it really glows within the dark. Meanwhile, the plastic film Cube+ are offered in red, blue and black colours and can be launched in August.