The pen that swallowed a Bluetooth DVR
The perfect writing instrument for an international person of intrigue.
The pen has always been an inventor's paradise, used for everything fromand to and . (We've even seen an inkless version that can .) But one thing we never imagined was a DVR.
This Bluetooth DVR pen from Pacific Defence houses a wireless video recorder and microphone, as well as a motion sensor that will turn it on automatically when movement is detected, according to Gadget Venue. The 320x240 resolution isn't exactly feature-film quality, unless you're going for the grainy indie look, but it's better than the " ," which takes only stills. Images are recorded on a microSD card, which can then be transferred wirelessly to a PC.
If, for some reason, the pen seems too obvious for a particularly sensitive situation, there's always theor the options. Or maybe someone will come up with a DVR built into a pair of .