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Aiptek 3D camcorder: Three guesses what it does

The 3D is a budget, USB mini-camcorder--like the Flip Mino and its ilk--but with an extra dimension. The Aiptek sees double with two lenses and two 5-megapixel CMOS sensors, both recording high-definition 720p footage.

By Jun. 2, 2010

Review

Aiptek Pocket DV3100

This four-function mini cam is affordable, versatile, and portable, but don't expect its images to be anywhere near high-quality.

Nov. 23, 2003

2.5 stars Editors' rating Nov. 23, 2003

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Budget HD: Hands-on with the Aiptek AHD Z500 Plus

The Aiptek AHD Z500 Plus puts high-definition shooting within reach of the cash-strapped consumer. It's light on features, but feel the value

By Jun. 20, 2008

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Aiptek AHD Z500 Plus: HD bargain camcorder

The Aiptek AHD Z500 Plus is the latest high-definition budget camcorder. We took a look, and tried to think up a name for this growing market

By Jun. 5, 2008

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Pen-on with the Aiptek SlimTablet 600u

The Aiptek SlimTablet 600u is an affordable graphics tablet with a giant working area, slender profile and option to email hamfisted cacography -- that's bad handwriting to you and me

By Mar. 31, 2008

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Record HD video with the Aiptek A-HD digital camcorder, $120 shipped

Amazon and Circuit City have the Aiptek A-HD digital camcorder on sale for $120 shipped. It records 720p video on inexpensive SD cards.

By Mar. 4, 2008

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Aiptek AHD200: Pay peanuts, get hi-def monkey

The Aiptek AHD200 is a lightweight 720p camcorder for less than £150. It's light on bells and whistles, but at this price it's perfect for video monkeys who want HD at a knockdown price

By Feb. 26, 2008

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Mac drivers for AIPTEK cameras

Mac drivers for AIPTEK cameras

By Aug. 23, 2001

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Will this gadget kill 3D?

Want to know what the death knell for 3D content looks like? Check out these pictures.

By Jun. 3, 2010

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My next HD video camera?

The tiny 1080p HD video camera from Aiptek promises to be the "must have" gadget for next year, according to AMD's CTO Phil Hester.

By Jan. 9, 2008