We have seen these kind of spy gadgets before, the “secret agent” USB pens that are capable of recording both audio and video.
The Pinnacle PVT is a handy device that allows you to easily record stuff straight from a TV, DVD player, VCR or camcorder and dump it directly on to an iPod, PSP or USB memory – all at the touch of a button.
This quite discrete “secret agent pen” features a built-in 1GB flash memory and it is capable or recording almost 3 hours of video with audio.
This portable device allows you to record your favorite TV shows onto a standard SD memory card. When you’re finished recording, simply switch to Video Mode to view the material on a TV or PC.
This analog stainless steel watch comes with 1GB of built-in memory and works as an MP3 player, a voice recorder, and a file storage device.
This MP3 watch from Goldlantern can easily be connected to your mobile using a stereo headset that supports the wireless Bluetooth technology.
This megaphone lets you record and playback up to 10 seconds of sound, so that you can be Ty Pennington all day long without losing your voice.
The Livescribe Smart Pen is a useful tool capable of recording audio and text, and then have it transferred to a computer through a USB docking cradle.
These tiny digital video players are not much bigger than a credit card, but they still have room for 2GB of storage and a lot of features.
The 45 iPod Cases web site offers a wide selection of cases made from cassette tapes, built to fit your 1st and 2nd generation iPod Nano.
We did cover a portable USB turntable as late as the day before yesterday. But with the Crosley CR249 Keepsake USB Turntable you will get more than just the retro feeling, you will also get a true 50s retro look.
The TCU-350SD ($208) from the Japanese Scitec company is a “jukebox” designed like a 1950s record player. It plays vinyl records, CDs, AM/FM radio and music from your iPod. You will also be able to convert tracks from vinyl and CD to MP3 format. Then […]
Simon Elvins has created a fully working, manual record player made entirely of paper. The paper cone is used as a pickup, amplifying the sound enough to make it audible. (Via Notcot)
Do you still have a lot of good music on cassettes and vinyl, but no device to play it on? The Instant Music Vinyl & Cassette Ripper ($82) will make it easy to convert your records and cassettes into crisp, clear digital audio (MP3, WAV, […]
Still in love with those old vinyl records, although you carry a tiny MP3 player these days? Here’s a chance to get at least a small taste of those LP days. Have a look at the beautiful Ol’ Play Vinyl pillows and tote bag from […]