Despite some minor flaws, Pure Digital's Flip Video Mino is the best mini camcorder for straight-to-Web video currently available--but it also costs more, and it can't match the features of a video-savvy point-and-shoot camera.
For this week's Crave giveaway we offering up a $160 Flip Video Mino pocket camcorder.
Kodak's new rugged minicamcorder has hit the market. The question is does a new design and processor make it a better option than the Flip Mino HD?
CNET has posted its full review of the Creative Vado HD. So, is it better than the Flip Video Mino HD? Yes--and no.
Creative is releasing its new HD mini camcorder, the Vado HD, on Monday, December 8. The list price is $229, but Amazon is taking preorders at $199.99.
Pure Digital Technologies, the maker of Flip Video mini camcorders, has released a new $229 HD version of the popular Mino.
Just as we predicted last month, after an interview with Flip Video's top man, the budget Flip Mino camcorder now comes in high-definition flavour
Flip Video has announced a new customization service for its Flip Video Mino that lets you create your own design for the popular minicamcorder.
Our spies got their hands on the eagerly-anticipated Flip Video Mino ahead of its public debut on gift website Firebox, with the tiny camcorder boasting a few changes over the popular Ultra
Get a First Look at the Flip Video Mino, the newest generation of this budget camcorder, with 2GB of flash memory, rechargeable battery, and significantly thinner and sleeker design than its predecessor.