Whether you’re working on a graphic design project or redecorating your home, color is key. But most of us can’t tell the difference between purple and violet, so we’ve found a tool that can help.
Nix Mini is a pocket-sized sensor that scans any colored surface and turns out a precise color code. So just point it at a color, and it’ll draw from a library of more than 28,000 brand name paint colors and digital color codes. The codes can be used for custom paint from companies like Benjamin Moore, Dulux, Sherwin Williams, and others. Or, you can use it for graphic design or web design projects, with RGB, HEX, CMYK, and LAB color formats. It works on almost any surface too, so you can scan walls, vinyl, leather, plastic, plants, and basically anything else. Additionally, the sensor is solid state, durable, and fits on your keychain.
Buy now: Get a Nix Mini Color Sensor for $69, that’s a 30 percent discount.