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Motion-activated video camera spy clock

Sharper Image spy clock

Oh, Sharper Image never ceases with its wonders. No need to go all out with a computer-based home security system when you can snag this Motion-Activated Video Camera Hidden in a Clock (brought to us courtesy of the Verbose Marketing Department) for the low, low price of $199.95. Yes, this all-seeing nightstand eye logs 12 minutes of full-motion video at 640 x 480 VGA resolution on 64MB built-in memory, but is also expandable using everybody's favorite MMC card standard. Recorded AVI format videos are transferrable to your PC via USB. The spy clock runs on 4 AA batteries or an included AC adapter. What's the catch? No audio! You won't be able to record for posterity the amorous screams of whomever's "motion" you capture in that bedroom.

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