In today's spy game, it's pen vs. pen

The "Auto Detective Pen" flashes upon detection of wireless signals that can operate spy cams and other secret devices.

Chinavasion

It's not that we're paranoid or anything, but we're certain that covert surveillance cameras are everywhere in our midst. It doesn't help that we're keenly aware of all the pen cameras, pen camcorders, and even pen DVRs on Crave.

Finally, there's a writing instrument designed to fight back against the secret societies that threaten our privacy. The "Auto Detective Pen" from Chinavasion will supposedly start flashing like crazy if it detects wireless signals within a 10-meter radius that could be used to operate spy cams and other clandestine gadgetry. As Uber-Review says, it might not be wise to entrust a $16 pen from a Chinese wholesaler with the whole of our privacy, but we're running out of tin-foil hats.

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