Yes, it’s another one of those feature-packed multimedia wristwatches. This new model has a somewhat smaller screen than the ones we have seen lately, making it easier to actually be able to wear it.
This silver ballpoint pen works an a USB drive and allows you to secretly – if the size of the pen won’t blow your cover, that is – record video in AVI format.
Time for yet another one of those feature packed multimedia watches. This one comes with 8GB of built-in flash memory, the largest we’ve seen so far.
SightMate is a portable lightweight low vision aid system. The video magnifier is worn like eyeglasses and helps optimizing residual peripheral vision.
The beautiful toaster from last week sure looked nice, but it didn’t have the kind of techie wow factor as this cool model does. Check out the video: Unfortunately, there is no information available about it over at YouTube. All we know is that the […]
Cinemizer is a pair of iPod video glasses that recently was launched by the Carl Zeiss optical systems manufacturer during the Macworld Expo 2008.
You see new MP4 watches almost every week nowadays. Some better looking than others. Like this 1.5 inch OLED screen “high fashion” model.
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.
We covered what probably was the world’s easiest video camcorder a couple of days ago. Micro Camcorder ($295) has gone another way and taken home the title as the smallest high resolution, real time digital camcorder ever produced. It’s small enough to fit into a […]
This projector from Alientech allows you to easily “turn any room into a cinema or big-screen games room” by projecting a diagonal screen size up to 80 inches (200cm) large.
The pocket-sized three-button Disgo Video might just be the easiest digital video camcorder out there. The buttons gives you access to the most basic functions; recording, instant playback and delete.
MP4 Watch II was released not that long ago, featuring a 1.8 inch large display. Now yet another watch with the same screen size has been released.
The RipRoar kit from ToyQuest allows kids to easily produce their own short movies and then uploaded the clips automatically to YouTube.
Maybe you remember the Digital Video Rocket from last week. Here’s an even cooler way to be able to shoot some amazing aerial video footage.
This little Wireless Puppy Cam ($149) comes with a camera in a nose, which can transmit both audio and video to the handheld receiver.
From the Estes model rockets creators comes this fun Digital Video Rocket ($50), with an impact-resistant digital camera sitting in the nose cone.
We’ve seen quite a few multimedia watches here at GeekAlerts lately, but no one as good looking as the brand new Epoq EMP-CVWD-2 ($200).
Recently we covered the EzVision Video Eyewear and now our friends over at Coolest Gadgets makes us aware of these cool iPod Video Goggles ($200). Simply plug them into your video iPod and they will project a virtual 24 inch screen for you to enjoy […]
A brand new version of this popular multimedia watch has just been launched. This time they’ve added a speaker and increased the TFT screen size to 1.8 inches (160×128 px). The earlier version had a 128×128 px screen.
The Go Video Portable Multimedia Player ($160) gives you a little taste of those old boombox days, but comes with modern day technology.