There are thousands of spy gadgets released every single year. They all proclaim that they will help you spy on those that you want to spy on with the highest quality technology on the market. The sad reality is that many of these gadgets are either garbage or so insanely expensive that we can not even afford them to tell if they are garbage. Luckily I was recently shown a new spy gadget that is going to be incredibly cheap and actually works! The following is my review of NanceVisions HDTV Spy Tie.
NanceVision is a new technology company that recently came to one of the trade-shows that I attended. There was not a lot of action going around their booth so I decided to approach them and find out what they were showcasing. They had several different spy related gadget but it was the HDTV Spy Tie that caught my attention. Here we had a tie that could record video like other spy ties on the market but had the ability to record it not only in color, but also in high definition.
The HDTV Spy Tie currently comes in one style which is in striped purple silk. Light and comfortable you would never believe that there is actually a camera in the tie. This is because the company has created their own method of making one of the world’s smallest HDTV cameras. The camera is described as a Component quality camera that comes with a mini DVR system and a whopping 8GB of storage. And in case you were wondering, the camera also has a built in mic so that it can record talking as well.
Operating the system is rather simply. All you have to do is carry around a small wireless remote control in your pocket. You will use this remote to activate the camera whenever you wish to record something around you. When you are done recording you can reach into your pocket and turn the tie off discretely. One negative is that the camera must be within 50 feet of what you wish to record for a good picture to be captured.
What I found most amazing about NanceVision’s HDTV Spy Tie is that the picture captured is remarkable. In order to view your footage you need to connect the tie to your computer via a USB. Once the footage is transferred you will be able to view everything you recorded and even edit it! This was a pretty cool added feature that made this product even more ideal to own. I can tell you with confidence that I found the product a lot of fun to operate and that it was also incredibly simple to use as well.
Now you might be thinking that this product should be priced on the high end like all the other cool spy related gadgets on the market today. The good news is that I was told that the company plans to release this awesome product sometime in 2011 for only $120. In fact, they were currently doing studies to see if the price could be lowered so that more people could afford it. If your interested in spying on someone for whatever reason, look for this product next year.
(1) Steven Mottor, Exclusive from Steven Mottor, 2010.