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GoPro Quik Key accessory makes it way easier to edit on your phone

Earlier on Monday, GoPro announced a new Hero 5 range of cameras and officially unveiled the long-awaited GoPro Karma drone.

However, amid those headline-making revelations, the action cam company also took the wrappers off some pretty sweet accessories.

Related:
GoPro Hero 5 – What you need to know

The new $29 (about £22) Quik Key microSD card reader makes it easier to transfer footage to a phone for editing and sharing.

It comes in Apple Lightning, microUSB and USB Type-C iterations and is small enough to be carried on a keychain.

Naturally, it is integrated with GoPro’s Quik editing app for iOS and Android.

GoPro Quik Key

Next up is the REMO, which is a wearable voice remote as pictured above being worn by the man throwing his child at a seemingly dangerous height.

The company says the $79 (£60) accessory is a “a waterproof voice-activated remote for HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session.

“Clip it to your clothes or strap it to your wrist or gear. Remo enhances the voice control of your HERO5 camera in windy and noisy environments.”

It has a 33 ft (10m range), responds to 13 voice commands (e.g. “GoPro start a video)”, in 10 languages and is waterproof to 16 feet. It also has a one button shutter to enable you to snap quick pics.

Both of the accessories will go on sale later this year.

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