Turn up the volume of your iPhone 3G with Ten One Design’s SoundClip. The company claims that it will increase clarity as well of upping the volume for both music and movies. The SoundClip has a conical deflection chamber and gives a 10dB gain between 6kHz and 20kHz and the added bonus of keeping your dock connector dust-free. With a handy cord grip to keep it secure to your charge cable, the device sends sound waves towards you. The best part? A $7.95 price tag.
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For those who want to wear their spycams, the VIEVU PVR-PRO 2 can record and store up to 4 hours of audio and video with SVGA quality. It has a 4GB memory, is waterproof and works well in low lighting. It has an on/off switch that doubles as a lens cover. Once recorded, the files can be edited and uploaded to YouTube or other site with drag-and-drop on your PC. You may have to be James Bond to afford this one. It will set you back $399.95. Pre-order now for a February shipping date.
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The Vig MP3 stereo player has a video and voice recorder, a camera and mic, and supports a MicroSD memory card. Its internal memory holds 2GB, charges via USB 2.0, and gets 90 minutes on the built-in Li-battery. At a size of 48 x 30 x 13.5mm and a weight of 39g, it comes with charger, USB cable, AC adapter, strap and earphone. The player carries a MSRP of $60.00.
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Aerial 7 has released some really garish Street Series headphones. Fortunately, they also have some plainer ones as well. Available in the styles of Tank (that comes with an extra cable and microphone,) Matador and Chopper, the company promises DJ quality sound. Each style has variations for those who want multi-color and those who prefer basic. Compatible with iPhones, MP3 players, handhelds and cell phones, each has an adjustable headband and thick cushioned earpads. Prices vary from $49.99 to $79.99.
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This is no ordinary Spy Pen. It has a cam and mic and captures AVI video and replays it on your PC, and when your covert operations are completed, you can use it as an MP3 player and USB drive. The device, at a size of 150 x 15 x 15mm and a weight of 45g, supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista and needs a two hour charge. The Spy Pen comes with earphone, USB cable and AC adapter at a price of $65.00.
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Here’s a peek at the OPPO G11 PMP. It features a 3.2-inch rotating HD touchscreen with 432x240 resolution and supports AVI, RM / RMVB, FLV, JPEG, BMP and GIF, MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, OGG, APE, and FLAC files. (Whew!) You can also play around with your images, edit them and add an effect or two. Of course it has the usual fast forward, rewind and playback control, an FM tuner and supports e-books. The 4GB G11 can go about 16 hours on its lithium battery and has a low temporary price of CNY1099 (~$161.00.)
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Got an empty box, soda can or piece of glass? The Yorozu Universal Speaker Kit will turn them or any other thing you have lying around into a speaker. The process is a vibrating sonic transducer which transfers sound from your MP3 player or sound system and sends it to the object. At a weight of only 26g, it is made of ABS resin and will run about 10 hours on batteries. The kit includes a connection coil and seal, and carries a price of ¥4,980 ($56.30.)
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These may look like ordinary speakers, but there is a spy cam with a 3.7mm wide angle lens cleverly concealed. The Computer Speakers not only work with your PC, but with MP3 players, CD and DVD players as well. They have simplified power and volume control as well as a headphone output jack. Each camera includes a free wireless 2.4 GHz receiver (a $160.00 value.) Available in several models, prices start at $126.00.
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Verbatim’s 96668 Keyboard is perfect for people who have now have external speakers with no on/off switch. It features integrated dual stereo with volume and bass keys. It also has back lighting for nighttime illumination with play and pause control on the media console, connects by USB and is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista. The Speaker Keyboard generally sells for about $79.00, but we managed to find one on Amazon with a $20.00 rebate if you purchase before December 23.
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If money is no object, think Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi 10vi earphones. They manage to cram in three individual speakers and an integrated crossover circuit that has low, mid and high-range frequencies. There is a mic for hands-free phoning home and an in-line multi-function button. With a year warranty, the earbuds come with changeable tips for decreasing passive noise and increasing sound isolation. The Triple.Fi carries a price of $419.99.
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