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]