Google Clips AI cam gets a price cut on the Google Store for a limited time


The Google Clips camera hit the FCC before the February market release. Even before that, the Google Clips companion app was made available on the Play Store. The AI camera was soon made available in the US with a $249 price tag and tech giant was kind enough to roll out its first update with improvements such as pinch-to-zoom and hi-res photo stills. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Google Clips is a new tiny camera that can capture the big moments of your little ones. Sure, a smartphone or a digicam may be enough but this thing makes things simpler. Just bring out the compact device and take a pic of the moment.

Only a couple of weeks after market release, the small camera listed on Google Store is now down to $199. That’s with free shipping already so if you’ve been wanting to get one, now is the best time before stocks run out. The $50 discount was offered beginning yesterday, April 30, up to the 13th of May. This is only for the Google Clips cam sold on the Google Store US.

What’s good about Google Clips is that it can recognize lighting, framing, and expressions of the subject. It can actually be smarter because of the AI that can get smarter as you spend time with it. It’s powered by a Movidius VPU chip by Intel and comes equipped with a tiny camera lens to capture the best moments.

SOURCE: Google Store

via Android Community

May 1, 2018 at 08:06AM