For a limited time, the Facebook Portal Mini is on sale. Video call facilitators are increasingly being used, especially at this time of a pandemic. To keep the link even from a distance, Portal is a good alternative for your smartphone.
The Portal Mini is currently on sale at €49 (instead of 149 euros), which is already an interesting offer (-66%)! But Boulanger goes further and suggests For 19.90 euros a second Portal Mini, or both for only €69.89, it’s just an unbeatable promotion.
Facebook portals are connected screens that allow you to easily communicate with your colleagues and relatives. It is compatible with the most used applications, such as WhatsApp and Messenger. Having the particularity of being easily accessible, they all benefit from Amazon’s voice assistant, Alexa. So it is possible to use and control it directly using your voice. Designed for video calls, Portal also lets you install a bunch of different apps like Spotify, Deezer, FranceTV, or even some video games. If you are concerned about your privacy, you can turn off the camera and microphone whenever you want.
Facebook Portal Mini (8″) Detail
The most affordable model of the Facebook Portal range, the Portal Mini features an 8-inch screen and the Portal’s smart camera functionality. It is able to follow you and automatically zoom in your face in order to provide the optimal frame during your video conferences. Along the same lines, Smart Sound is a technology that greatly improves tracks, while also reducing background noise. Connectivity is guaranteed with Messenger and WhatsApp, and Alexa voice assistant is built-in.
Between two calls, Portal turns into a great digital photo frame. Portal Superframe displays your favorite photos and videos, as well as important notifications such as birthday reminders. This will give you the feeling of being connected with your friends and relatives at all times. Finally, Story Time brings your stories to life with animation, music, and augmented reality effects.
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