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Miniature Gadgets
By: Bruce Coker
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  • Miniature Gadgets
  • Not Quite James Bond
  • Optoma Pico Pocket projector
  • Connectivity for the Pico

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    Miniature Gadgets

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    Miniaturization has always held a fascination for people. There’s something about powerful capabilities being delivered in tiny devices that seems to make people want to own them. In this article I’ll take a look at two very modern miniature gadgets that in their very different ways threaten to change the mobile imaging landscape.

    The Marlin Spypen contains the world’s smallest digital video recorder, while the Optoma Pico Pocket Projector packs powerful video projection into a gadget that you can comfortably hold in your hand. These two devices make it possible to shoot and exhibit video literally anywhere using just what you can carry in your pockets.

    Marlin Spypen

    It has been a staple of the spy movie for as long as anyone can remember. We have all seen a hero or villain taking amazingly sharp, clear shots of top-secret documents with the tiniest camera imaginable. But if it used to be fiction, then that has all changed. Gadget manufacturer Marlin has just announced the world’s smallest digital video recorder, and they’ve crammed it into a pen.

    “The Marlin Spypen. Video and audio recording, and you can even write with it.”

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