GoPro Hero+ LCD

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

While we love our GoPro cameras dearly, we’ve never been fans of the fact that the brand doesn’t implement native touch-screen functionality. Well it looks the brand has heard us loud and clear, rolling out their GoPro HERO+ LCD.

Based on the entry model HERO (which is more than most users will ever need), this action cam has the ability to shoot 1080p60 video alongside 8MP photos. It also features both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology to pair with your smartphones and tablets, and is waterproof for up to 130 feet below the surface. Of course the real selling point here is the new built-in touch display which lets users edit and control their camera right from the backside of the GoPro. The brand is selling the new model for $300. [Purchase]

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