The Vibe Xtension Selfie Flash by Lenovo

The selfie cements itself ever further into the global consciousness with each passing day, and

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The selfie cements itself ever further into the global consciousness with each passing day, and with each passing day comes a new accessory to spur the trend ever further. The latest is the Vibe Xtension Selfie Flash from Lenovo, which aims to solve the plague of badly-lit selfies the world over with its ring flash composed of eight diffused LEDs in a round metal casing that fits into your Android phone’s headphone jack. A button on the back acts as the shutter button. The gadget doesn’t actually emit a flash but rather a steady light when you press the button, and can also be turned the opposite way as a flash for the rear-facing camera. Lasting for up to 100 selfies on a single charge, pick up this selfie game-changer for $29 USD from Lenovo’s website when it releases this spring.

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