Polaroid has unveiled a few new products today at CES and they are pretty sweet. First up is the Polaroid Zip mobile printer. In an age where physical pictures are being seen less and less, this little printer is a welcome sight. It works with both Android and iOS, allowing you to print your favorite photos straight from your phone. The Polaroid Zip is something essentially Polaroid, allowing you to physically share your photos with those you love instead of mindlessly uploading them to every social media site imaginable. The Polaroid Zip will be available this Spring for $129.
Something a little less conventional is Polaroid’s new line of easy-to-use dashcams. Not only can these new cameras be used to record incidents on the road and document family vacations, they also come with some cool safety features depending on what model you purchase. The dashcams can record 1080p video and have Auto On/Off which allows the camera to start recording as soon as the vehicle turns on and stay on until the vehicle turns off. A G-sensor will automatically save the recording when a collision is detected as well as several factors such as speed and location. Other features include a lane departure warning system and speed limit alerts to keep you safe on the road. The Polaroid dashcams will be available this Spring and will range from $59.99 to $199.99.
Finally, Polaroid is now shipping its retro Socialmatic Instant camera. This undeniably Polaroid instant camera combines old and new with its vintage look and touchscreen which sharing capabilities. Now, you can take pictures and have them instantly printed, as well as share them on any social media site you choose. The 4.5” touchscreen on the back is running on Android and can be used to edit photos before uploading them. The Socialmatic also prints your pictures, giving you a 2×3 physical copy as well as a digital version. You can get the Polaroid Socialmatic Instant Camera now at Amazon and Photojojo for $299.
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I think I have to look into those dashcams with my lack of driving skills.
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