We’ve posted about the Nix Mini Color Sensor before: a pocket-sized device that will tell you the color of any physical object. If you’ve ever struggled to match the color of a real-world object to the color of a digital object (or vice-versa), then you’ll quickly realize just how revolutionary this tool is.
Nix has recently released a new and improved version – the Nix Pro Color Sensor – that takes everything that was great about the Nix Mini Color Sensor and adds several game-changing new features.
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While the original Nix limited you to a handful of pre-existing color libraries, the Nix Pro lets you import your own custom color libraries and use those for color matching. Whether you’re a lab professional, a color consultant, or just an all-purpose color nerd, this will significantly improve your color game.
The Nix Pro also lets you conduct A/B color comparisons and export and record scanned color data. It also features a new sensor that blocks out ambient light and does a better job of accurately capturing color.
The Nix Pro Color Sensor normally costs $349, but you can get it on sale for just $249, a savings of 28%.