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Get the Nix Mini Color Sensor at Black Friday pricing today

This handheld sensor captures colors as they appear, and makes for a great gift for the gadget lover on your list.
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November 17, 2017
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Whether you're a graphic designer looking for inspiration beyond RGB, or trying to find the perfect new hue for your walls, the Nix Mini Color Sensor can see swatches optically and save them to your phone. It usually goes for $99, but Engadget readers can pick one up from our store for just $69 today.

The Nix comes equipped with high-CRI white LEDs to track accurate color information. It's about the size of a ping-pong ball, so you can easily scan any number of flat surfaces, like fabric and walls, anywhere you go. Color samples are wirelessly transferred to your Android or iOS device, where they can be stored as RGB, CMYK, or LAB values. Additionally, the Nix app can match your color readings with thousands of proprietary shades from major paint brands like Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams, so you won't have to keep track of stacks of paper swatches when redecorating your home.

You can pick up a Nix Mini Color Sensor from GDGT Deals for $30 off, just $69. This is sure to go fast, so grab one today while supplies last.

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