Concord Keystone Easy Shot Clip – A Mini Sneak Peek

As the fast food industry goes Super Size Me, consumer electronics goes for the complete opposite – go Mini Me! Like in the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids”, this year’s new gadget lineup got a healthy dose of shrink ray- and the new Concord Keystone Easy Shot Clip is no exception. Said to be one of the smallest digital camcorder in its category, the Easy Shot Clip weighs roughly around ¾ of an ounce. The ultra-mini form factor only measures about 2 inches in length and less than an inch in width, that’s just about the size or even smaller than a grown man’s thumb. This miniature digital video recording device features a 2GB memory that can store up to two hour’s worth of video and audio at 30 fps quality. To use the Easy Shot Clip is truly easy, thanks to the no-brainer one-button operation. After recording the videos, uploading them to YouTube and other popular networking and sharing websites is a breeze with the bundled ArcSoft Media Impression Software. Aside from the software, this gadget also comes with mounting stand, neck strap, shirt clip, bicycle mount, and helmet adaptor for hands-free operation.

The word is that this fascinating ultra-mini digital camera will be officially unveiled during the 2010 CES. Do you want to know the best part? The Concord Keystone Easy Shot Clip is also under an amazing mini price point of less than $70.00. Now that’s what you call a fraction of the size at the fraction of the cost.

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