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Aiptek Pencam Trio HD: I Don’T See What’S Trio About It. Tiny Yeah, but Trio?

by Lambert Varias
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Aiptek’s shooting for the money of people who wear extremely tight pants and have good eyesight with the PenCam trio HD. Measuring only 5.1 x 1.4 x 0.7 in, the PenCam trio HD shoots 720p at 30 fps. Attach a string on one end and you can use the camera to explore your guts! No don’t do that. Please don’t.

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The PenCam trio HD also has 4 GB of memory built-in. And as you can (barely) see the camera has a 1.1 inch OLED screen, so you can squint til you go blind while you’re shooting in HD. But Aiptek also considered the sane options – you can connect the Pencam trio HD to an HDTV or upload your videos to YouTube using its Windows-only software.

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No word yet on price or availability, but based on the first image, the screen is about twice as large as the camera’s hole, and based on the image above right, that’s a freakin’ small screen.

[via popgadget]

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