The Travel Video Surveillance Clock

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Ever wonder what is happening in your hotel room when you are not there? This video surveillance device may be one answer. The analog clock disguises the camera. It has a built-in, motion-activated video surveillance camera. It’s sensitive microphone picks up sound from 16 feet away. The video camera captures what’s happening nine feet away, on a 62º angle from the camera. The video resolution is 720 x 480. It can also take photographs at 1,280 x 960 resolution.

Photo Source: Hammacher Schlemmer

What comes standard? A 4 GB microSD card. SD card stores up to six hours of AVI video or 52,000 JPG images. If you need more room, it can take up to 8 GB microSD cards. Once you are done shooting, you can take your content and download it to computer. And you can recharge its lithium battery via a USB 2.0 port (cable included.) There 18 months of stand-by time and you can shoot up to 1 1/2 hours of video recording. And it works with Windows 7, Vista, and XP, and Mac.

Natalie Petouhoff
Dr. Nat is a leading expert, often quoted in the press and provides commentary as a guest expert on radio and television on how the top companies provide great experiences and retain loyal customers. She also writes about technology, social media, mobile and products. Her research has been highlighted in cover stories in business publications like Business Week, New York Times and USA Today and she has given talks at leading events such as WOMMA, Forrester Consumer Forum, SOCAP, and more. Dr. Nat is the author of four business books on customer service, CRM and contact centers as well as author of dozens upon dozens of articles, white papers and research.
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One Response to The Travel Video Surveillance Clock

  1. Renee Blodgett
    Renee Blodgett September 21, 2012 at 9:50 pm #

    I haven’t personally no……..

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