Karaoke fans can now sing along with their MP3 player with the Memorex SingStand. Consisting of a 3.5mm line-in and dual mic inputs for those important duets, it has AVC built-in as a vocal guide and 2 4W speakers built into the base of the stand. There is also an input for keyboard and you can add echo and voice control to make you sound like the, er, professionals. The SingStand comes with one dynamic 10 ft. microphone, a PMP/mic holder, and a 3 piece adjustable pole. Sing away for $69.99.
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The Watch Anywhere Monitoring Camera can catch your mate or kids in the act of doing something that they would rather you not know. About the size of a webcam, it installs in a room or car. When the motion sensor detects something, it sends a 3 second video to the owner’s cell phone. Users can also dial to receive images, listen with its built-in mic, or set it up at night with infrared mode. Launched last week at the Melbourne at Home Exhibition, it comes with a price of $495.00. We are thinking this is a bit too much Big Brother for us.
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Here’s a 4-in-1 for those with crowded desk tops and only one USB port. The gadget is a Webcam, microphone, fan, and LED light. The USB 2.0 device works with any chatting software, including Skype, has a dimmer switch, an on/off button, and attaches with a suction cup. Compatible with Windows XP/Vista, it is 75 x 75 x 228mm high and weighs 211g. Get yours for $23.00, which makes it less than $6.00 per item if purchased separately.
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We never tire of Lego gadgets. This one is a mini-webcam in a Duplo block that goes into your USB port. The cam measures 31 x 31 x 13mm, comes in brown, and has a 3.2 MP picture interpolate and integrated microphone. Mount it on your flat panel display or notebook with a Magnet Grip and you will get images at 30 fps. Software is included and the cam is compatible with Windows XP/SP2/Vista at a price of $149.99. “123Smile” also makes other one-of-a-kind items out of Legos, including flash drives, USB hubs, and mini-lights.
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Ipevo was generous enough to lend us one of their movable PoV cams that we first told you about it back in December. The $39.99 priced camera came intact with a CD, mounting pieces that are mostly easy to attach, and almost everything we needed to test it out. Unfortunately, the extended instructions were on the CD, so it was a back and forth effort. Our full review after the jump.
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It looks like a charger, but hidden inside is a mini-cam to catch someone in the act that is probably innocent to begin with, but you never know. At a size of 2.4 x 1.74 x 1.31-inches, the Charger DVR Aj-DVC01 records 15 F/S in 3GP video format (176 x 144 ,QCIF.) Playback is possible on your PC or cell phone. The digital audio/video recorder can hold up to 66 hours data using a 2GB Micro SDcard (not included) and a lion lithium battery. Contact Ajoka for price.
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Want to keep an eye on your home, office, dog, or grandma? The connectVu-cam links to your UMTS-3G cellie with no extra software needed. It features infrared LED for nights, an internal battery with 250 hours of standby and 4 hours of play, and an alarm input. It also has a mic, will work with up to 5 different cell phone numbers, and can receive SMS for camera settings. At a size of 200 x 80 x 80 mm, contact CCTV Mobile for more info and pricing.
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If you are a fan of laser shows, now you can put them on for you and your buds. The Red Hot Laser Light Show not only is encased in scarlet, it projects red circles, lines, spheres, and shapes. With two modes, if you add some tunes it will respond to the music. The device is portable, wireless, and includes a mic so you can bring it to the nearest pub to entertain everyone, until they tell you it is interfering their pool playing. Remember to get some AA batteries as they aren’t included. Get yours for $24.95.
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One of the honorees at this year’s CES was Spracht’s Aura Mobile BT. The Bluetooth gadget turns your cell phone, computer (VoIP) or cordless home phone into a conference phone. It features a dual speaker system and external microphone. It comes packaged with power adapter, car charger, and VoIP and wireless phone cables so that you can take it along with you wherever you go. The price for the lightweight, diminutive Aura is $129.95.
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Logitech has unveiled its first wireless headset, created specifically for Internet calls. The ClearChat made its debut today at the CeBit in Germany and allows users to move up to 33 feet from their PC or Mac. If you are in a small place, that means a quick snack or bathroom break without interrupting your call. The VoIP headset has 2.4GHz technology, USB connectivity, a noise-canceling microphone, and stereo so that you can hear clearly while rustling through the fridge. There are also volume and mic mute controls, a padded headband, and plush ear pads. Look for the ClearChat to hit the U.S. and Europe in May with a price of $99.99 (U.S.).
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