Populete App-Enabled Smart Ukulete with LED Fretboard

Using app-enabled feature and LED fretboard Populete smart ukulele perfectly fits for every beginner. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.

Populete App-Enabled Smart Ukulete with LED Fretboard

The Populete is an innovative and advanced ukulele that measures 24.5 x 8.5 x 2.8 inches and weighs 1.3 pounds. As we can see from the images, the Populate shows an exquisite and sleek appearance design, and compared with original ukulele, it brings us more modern aesthetics like the unique sound holes, elegant color scheme and more. Meanwhile, the ukulele’s body is handcrafted using premium European maple for durability and beautiful natural aesthetics, and the first-class spruce soundboard and Italian Aquaila strings ensure it delivers high-quality sound performance.

Populete App-Enabled Smart Ukulete with LED Fretboard

With built-in Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the smart ukulele wirelessly connects with your smartphone. Its custom app helps you effortlessly tune the ukulele, and its 18-gear copper tuning knobs turn smoothly and keep you in tune longer. Furthermore, Populate features a 72-LED fretboard. With the help of the app, the LED lights can show you exactly where your fingers go when you play for easy to learn various chords, and the app features a continuously updated library of popular songs. Using recording feature, you can also record your own songs and share them with your friends.

Moreover, game mode brings every beginner fun without the boring instruction, and sound responsive dazzle mode lights up your play. In addition, the app allows you to design your own pattern to light up on the fretboard. Its 800mAh rechargeable battery offers about 10 hours of playtime on a single full charge.

The Populete smart ukulele is priced at $159 USD. If you’re interested, jump to here for its more details.

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