BrickHouse Security hits back by bringing you their newest spy gadget, the WiFi AC Adapter Hidden Camera. Disguised as an AC adapter, this unique spy gadget is built with 4MP CMOS image sensor, a 90-degree wide-angle lens, an SD card slot and built-in WiFi connectivity for live streaming to a computer or mobile device.
Record any conversation you like without intimidating anyone with the help of this ‘USB Flash Drive Spy Audio Recorder’ from Chinavasion. This fully functional USB flash drive comes with a 4GB of storage (up to 240 hours of audio recordings), a USB 2.0 connection interface and can operate up to 5 hours on one charge. If you’re interested, the USB Flash Drive Spy Audio Recorder will set you back $17.52. [Product Page]
Thecus has just unveiled their new line of networked video recording solutions that are meant for video surveillance and other video recording applications. They will be available in both rack mounts and desktop styles and will support multiple cameras. The devices are capable of recording in multiple different video formats so playback will be compatible with whatever device you are using for playback. At this time pricing on these devices is still unknown, but can you really put a price on security and piece of mind? [SlashGear]
Just about every kid in the world has had the dream of having the career of a professional spy. Sneaking around and collecting information on your suspect while remaining completely undetected is just too cool. Even if you are too old to be able to follow that dream, you can still have some fun with this new HD Video Camera Analog Watch. It is capable of capturing videos in 1280 x 960 pixel at 30fps as well as photos in 3264 x 2448. It will have 4GB of internal memory as well which can shoot for 70 minutes. [Akihabara]
The Wild Planet Spy Video TRAKR is a new spy-gadget that comes equipped with a video camera, a built-in speaker and microphone. You can even program this toy via a computer. Priced at $120 each, this spy gadget won’t be available until October 2010. [CrunchGear]