Video Gadgets

With video gadgets, your viewing experience can be greatly improved with little investment in time or money! Whether you’re watching the latest films, looking up YouTube clips or showing off family videos, these video gadgets should make for an interesting viewing experience.

Save your old videos with the ION USB VHS tape converter

usb vhs tape converter

Many of us have some of our favourite movies or family films hidden somewhere at home on VHS, wondering what we’re going to do with them all now that VCRs are considered relics. Fear not, because with this ION USB VHS tape converter, you can turn any of your old films into digital files, which will work with your computer, iPod or smart phone.

Read the rest of this entry »

The Ultra Portable Kodak Zi6 Video Camera

This little camera will help anyone get in touch with their inner paparazzo! Built to be both highly portable and easy to use, and capable of catching all sorts of action in stunning HD!

Read the rest of this entry »

Travelling movie theater: The Sony Portable DVD Player DVP-FX820

With the colourful and cool DVP-FX820 Portable DVD Player from Sony, you can watch your favourite movies anyplace you want. The 6hr battery life, 8-inch swivel screen with high resolution for clear and crisp picture will give you a great image from any viewing angle, allowing you to share the movie with whoever is sitting beside you. The 2 headphone jacks also make it great for sharing, and with the car adapter you can make your long road trips much more tolerable as well.

Read the rest of this entry »

See your movies everywhere with Sony’s DVP-FX810 portable DVD player

With the new Sony DVP-FX810 Portable DVD Player, you’ll be able to watch all of your favourite movies wherever you may be. With an LCD screen measuring 8” and a 16:9 aspect ratio, your movies won’t appear distorted, and the color and brightness controls allow you to adjust the picture to your liking. The screen can swivel and flip around to give you and your friends multiple viewing options, whether you’re on a car ride, on a plane or relaxing on the beach. With the DVP-FX810, you can play JPEG CDs to show off all your favourite photos, and the unit can even be connected to a larger television when showing images for larger audiences. Read the rest of this entry »

Take those movies anywhere with the Archos 605 Portable Media Player

The new Archos 605 Portable Media Player has some stunning features, including some of the highest quality screen resolution available, as well as high quality audio. The touch screen and Wi-Fi connection capabilities allow it to stream content from online directly to the Archos, or output it to your television.

Read the rest of this entry »

Flip Video Camcorder – Shoot anything. Share everything.

Now you can capture all of those special moments with family and friends no matter where you go, with the Flip Video Series. The portable design and easy-to-use features mean that you can quickly record any of the action you see around you. The compact size makes it easy to transport, and its four buttons make it a simple task to record, zoom, playback or instantly delete your videos.

Read the rest of this entry »

Skyros aerial photography camera

The Skyros, created by Siddharth Kambe, is an aerial camera which can be fired pneumatically up to a height of 120 feet, allowing you to get a birds-eye view of the surrounding area. You can view the images from the base launcher with the built-in sensors. The camera is built with protective rings and a tripod, and comes with different modes to meet various needs.

Read the rest of this entry »

iHome iH41 Rotating Alarm Clock for iPod Touch

The people at iHome have recently announced the release of their latest accessory for the iPod touch: the iH41, a new rotating alarm clock which allows you to watch videos on your iPod touch in landscape. The unusual shape of the iH41 can rotate around, allowing you to watch your videos on your iPod touch while it is being charged. The digital clock display will also rotate to face different directions depending on the unit’s position.

Read the rest of this entry »