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iRes Technology debuts wearable, hands-free uCorder; records 7 hours video on internal storage

In case you're the kind of person who forgets things and/or prefers gadgets in tinier packages, you might want to pay attention to this camcorder. iRes Technology has released the uCorder, a 3.5-inch digital camcorder that fits comfortably in almost any pocket size or around the neck on a string, and it can record hands-free.
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In case you're the kind of person who forgets things and/or prefers gadgets in tinier packages, you might want to pay attention to this camcorder.

iRes Technology has released the uCorder, a 3.5-inch digital camcorder that fits comfortably in almost any pocket size or around the neck on a string - and it can record hands-free.

Don't start expecting that you'll be able to shoot professional-quality videos on such a small camcorder, but you will be able to get a lot of time in. The maximum recording time is estimated to be around seven hours of video and audio on the internal memory allotment.

Given its portability, it seems useful for quick recording for projects at work...or perhaps pretending you're a secret agent. (It would be extra convenient if your job was being a secret agent.)

Here's what else it includes in that little frame:

  • 1GB of internal memory
  • VGA Quality (640 x 480 resolution)
  • Records AVI and WAV files
  • Micro SD Card slot (up to 8GB)
  • File transfers via USB connection
  • Measurements: 3.5 x 1 x 0.5-inches

There's also a second model, the IRDC250, that includes a few upgrades. Specifically, it features 2GB of internal memory, PC webcam functionality and includes a desk stand.
Both versions of the uCorder are available now, starting at $79.99.

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