For those who don’t like to keep which sites they go to hush-hush then you might wanna check out the stealth surfer. It features Tor Network Security that has an IP masker with a 4-year subscription to Hushmail, your choice of 2GB going for $180, 4GB for $230, and 8GB for $280. You can now browse porn sites and other little secrets you wanna keep with this great USB device!
Now eaves dropping never got easier with the CX-008 GSM SIM card spy reader. You can spy on anyone anywhere with this compact audio speaker box. You just insert a valid SIM card, and you can tap that person no matter where you are in the world. Additional features include: three microphones, tri-band, 15 days standby on one charge. Now you can hear what your boss or in-laws really think of you =P. $140.
For spy gear fans this one is for you. This bluetooth enabled DVR pen has a compact digital video recorder, can be operated by motion detection, recording to flash memory or Micro SD card, bluetooth transfer to PDAs and PCs, 5 motion detection sensitivity levels, and an alarm. So you can spy on all the hotties in the shower without getting caught. This little spy wonder is available March 2008.
Text messaging has gotten pretty popular over the last few years and of course 90% of adults know and are experts. But what about kids? Well here’s something that might have a huge influence on them. The Spy Gear Eye Link Communicator has two transmitters and headset displays. It features an LCD display that covers one eye, Qwerty keypad that is attached where a messaged is typed and sent and the banner displays the message. It even transmits up to 200 and can transmit though walls as well. This might not be a good idea for kids though considering that they wont develop healthy social skills. The Spy Gear Eye Link Communicator is now available at the Spy Gear website for $34.95
Spy Gadget’s Micro Camcorder is definitely one of the world’s smallest camcorders that we’ve seen. Designed to actually slip inside an empty pack of gum, this video camera features a “one touch record button,” captures video at a less-than-stellar 15fps, records footage on a microSD card, and can be recharged via USB. Additionally, you can also capture up to 33-hours of low-res video on a 1GB card, and two hours of that can be captured on a single charge.The device retails for $295.
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