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Take hands-free selfies with Hisy

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How many "selfies" have you taken today?

Judging from what has been going on with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, it's probably more than a few.

If you need to take selfies and lots of them, you need a remote trigger for your smartphone and Hisy. It's a big help if you've found your selfies to be blurry, off center, or too dark.

You want a selfie to be unique and believable, and the Hisy can help you with that.

Now available at TigerDirect.com, this would make a perfect gift for mom, dad, a grad, or anyone that uses the camera on their smartphone. The small device, about the size of a quarter, offers 90-foot Bluetooth range, a 2-year battery and an easy to hit button to take single, group, and landscape selfies.

The Hisy really does pair easily with your iPhone 4 or more current and iPads. Then it's ready for use and ready whenever you are.

A nice touch with the Hisy is that when it isn't in use, there is a connector that plugs into your phone so the Hisy doesn't get lost. I keep mine right in my backpack so I know where it is at all times, but if you are going to be at a party or sporting event, it will fit nicely in your pocket.

Take better selfies and have some fun with the Hisy Selfie Remote. It's $24.95 at TigerDirect.com.

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