Hisy Bluetooth Remote For Selfies

Apr 15, 2014

Category: Tech

Pity the poor alligator, unable to take a selfie with his terribly short alligator arms. But now there’s help on the way for the alligator, any surviving T-Rexes, and everybody else who wants to take a picture of themselves without having to resort to that embarrassing pose.

The Hisy is a Bluetooth remote for your iPhone or other iDevice, letting you capture pictures or video from as far as 90 feet away. There’s no app necessary, and the battery promises to last for more than two years, even if you’re snapping 100 photos a day. On the compatibility front, note that you must have iOS7 or later with an iPhone 4S or later, iPad 3rd/4th Generation, iPad Mini and iPod Touch 5th generation or later. [Purchase]

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