The little USB Mp3 players piqued my curiosity. Mostly it was because of its stereo recording which has a nostalgia factor for me and turns this into a handy spy device and that’s like two birds.
The Matrix watch is a little bit different then you’re normal run of the mill watch. It uses LCD bars at the top and bottom of its display to show you the time. Sound difficult? It isn’t.
This pocket sized device will screw into your camera tripod thread and serve you as the world’s smallest tripod. It sets up with ease and will give your camera a stable place to rest.
The Disgo Video Plus has two great features that come with it. You can fit it in your pocket and you won’t break $100 if your spring for it. Its features aren’t that bad either.
The iRiver SPINN looks really amazing on the outside and in. It has a 3.2” TFT LCD screen, FM tuner, digital recorder and an e-book.
I’ve been mostly harsh on digital photo frames, I just happen to think they are a waste of space. This one, though, caught my eye and I have to admit, it’s probably something I’d buy. It’s a digital photo frame of course, but it’s also a MP3 player and it’s small and green and adorable.
I really like this concept watch from Nikita Golovlev. It’s a watch for the hearing impaired which can alert it’s wearer through vibrations of an alarm going off. This is a great way for those who live alone to remain safe.
Unless you’re a member of the paparazzi I can’t imagine why you’d even want to have a telescopic zoom lens for your cell phone. Cell phones aren’t meant to capture phenomenal pictures for your scrapbook, at least in my opinion.
Personal GPS trackers seem to be a dime a dozen these days. It’s actually making me a little paranoid, not that anyone would want to keep tabs on me… or would they? Transystem’s i-Tracker is the latest to come to my attention and it comes with both a GPS and a GSM module to transmit tracking information to a computer or phone in real time.
Sony is putting out a new DVD-based camcorder with 1080p HD recording called the HDR-UX20. It has a new encoding system that optimizes the balance between image definition and file size and uses MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video codec to be compatible with a lot of third party editing software.