Wristwatch Camcorder Is More Subtle, Sneaky Than New iPod Nano

The iPod Nano's camcorder is pretty okay, but it's just so obvious—what happened to the days of camcorders hidden in tie-clips and eyeglasses? The wristwatch camcorder is pretty sneaky and surprisingly not ugly.

The lens itself is located within the number 2, and its 1.3MP camera takes AVI video at a resolution of 352x288. Inside the watch lies 2GB of flash memory, which is enough for about 12 hours of video, and gets about 12 hours of battery life on a single charge (via USB or AC). It's pretty toned-down, looking just about like every other trendy oversized silver wristwatch out there, and costs $150. [Book of Joe]