Instacube

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Getting lost on Instagram is easy to do – there’s simply enough incredible photography to last a lifetime. Instacube looks to enhance that experience, putting your entire feed on its LCD surface, at 3 times the size of your average smartphone.

Whether you want to put your own skills on public display, or enlarge photos from friends, family, and actual photographers, Instacube has got you covered. A successfully funded Kickstarter project, this device will stream candids and videos in real time, all done completely wirelessly. The large touchscreen lets users interact with their images, liking, saving and even favoriting with just a single button. You can swipe image by image or browse a grid, the 600×600 LCD touch display handles it all, putting your squinting days behind you. The device operates on a rechargeable battery and retails for $149. [Purchase]

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