Tiny Chobi Cam from Japan

Tiny Chobi Cam from Japan

As technology advances our devices are getting better, providing more quality but also a smaller size. The same thing goes for this new camera from Japan that is just as big as an eraser, but don’t let the size full you, even with its small size this camera has decent hardware power.

This miniature camera comes from Japan Trust Technologies and it’s called Chobi Cam. With its small size 1.7 x 1.1 x 0.5 inches and weigh of only half an ounce it’s one of the smallest cameras ever. But enough about it amazing size, what can this camera actually do?

It stores all of your data on microSD card, which gives you more than enough space for all your videos and photos. As for video, this miniature camera records video in AVI format with resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels which is decent if you look at its size. As for photos, Chobi Cam shoots at 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution in jpeg file format. Besides video recording this camera can record up to 50 minutes of audio.

As for battery life, once fully charged this camera can run for about 120 minutes, and if you ever run of the battery simply connect your camera to your PC via USB cable. Besides USB charging cable Chobi Cam comes with external charger so you can recharge it even if you’re not near your PC.

And when it comes to price, this camera costs bit more than 100$ and so far it can be purchased only via Japan Trust Technologies website.

[via Gizmag]

Read more: Latest gadgets: Tiny Chobi Cam from Japan | GadgetLite – Latest gadgets and technology news http://www.gadgetlite.com/2010/04/22/latest-gadgets-tiny-chobi-cam/#ixzz0lyK0csvU
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~ by `rey on April 24, 2010.

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