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>> Hi, I'm Natali Del Conte with CNET TV here at CES 2008 and I'm wearing a VholdR wearable digital camcorder. It's basically made for extreme sports, so you can take it and mount it on anything you want without having to take your camcorder and wrap it around your head with duck tape or whatever. It comes with this mount. It doesn't come with this nice fancy helmet and it slides right into the mount, so you mount it to whatever it is you want: Your handle bars, your scooter, whatever. It starts recording with this slide button, so if you're wearing globes, you don't have to mess around with a lot of buttons. You just slide it forward to start recording and then slide it back to stop. It has 2 hours of battery. It doesn't have any internal memory, so you got to put an SD card in it. An SD card loads right here in the back. It also connects to your computer with a USB port. The software is not compatible with Mac. It only works with the PC. On the front, the lens rotate 192 degrees, so whatever kind of flips and tricks you're doing you can take the camera and flip it as well. The camera costs $350 and it's available now. So, this is the VholdR wearable camcorder. I'm Natali Del Conte and this is CES 2008 with CNET TV.
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