Published On: Sat, Jun 27th, 2015

Polaroid Launches Cube+ With Inbuilt WiFi Enabled Camera



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Polaroid has launched a brand new wireless camera known as Cube+, the successor to its Cube pocket-size camera. The device will be available at the beginning of August for $149.99 and the pink and glow-in-the-dark green versions of the original Polaroid Cube are available for $99.99.

Apart from the WiFi, the 1.34×1.34 inch, Polaroid Cube+ connects with smartphones and tablets using the Polaroid Cube+ app for iOS and android. Users control their Cube+ cameras and transfer and share media with friends. The camera has an 8MP sensor that could be a important upgrade from the 6MP sensor seen previously on original Cube camera.

According to an earlier report, Polaroid Cube was launched last year at $99. There’s a 120-degree wide-angle lens which captures HD video in 720p to 1080p resolution and still images up to 5 MP. It’s conjointly shockproof and waterproof, up to a 2-meter depth.

Polaroid Launches Cube+ With Inbuilt WiFi Enabled Camera

There’s one button on the device: a single click takes a picture and a double click begins filming video. The cube is embedded with magnets, so it mounts easily on most metal surfaces, like handlebars.

According to a report by Mashable, the Cube+ doesn’t appear to own any upgraded imaging optics. The report conjointly noticed that it still includes a 124-degree wide-angle lens that records up to 90 minutes of continuous video at 1080p full HD resolution. The Polaroid Cube+  is splash resistant up to 6.5 feet depth, includes 2MB of internal storage and a micro SD card slot which expands up to 32GB.

You can obtain separate mounts that vary from $10 to $40. There’s a bike mount for straightforward mounting onto bars and a water-resistant case with suction mount that extends the 2 meter waterproofing to a remarkable 10 meters. The suction mount will attach to any flat, wet surface,  including a surfboard.

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