Product Spotlight: Flip Video Ultra Video
The Flip Video Ultra is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the emerging low-end digital camcorder category, with improved video quality, a slightly trimmer design, and upgraded software package.
Brian Tong brings you the first-ever Triple Threat Match between the Flip Video Mino, the Creative Vado, and the RCA Small Wonder EZ205. Which straight-to-Web camcorder will be the last one standing?
Flip's UltraHD is back with better video, more storage, and a new accessory port.
The Flip Video UltraHD may not be the sexiest minicamcorder out there, but it offers a respectable feature set and some of the best video we've seen from this type of cheap, YouTube-friendly camcorder.
Get a First Look at the Flip Video Mino, the newest generation of this budget camcorder, with 2GB of flash memory, rechargeable battery, and significantly thinner and sleeker design than its predecessor.
To put the new HD camcorder on the fourth-generation Apple iPod Touch to the test, we put it head-to-head with the Flip Ultra HD.
Get your full fix of the Crave blog. Brian Tong and his special guest iJustine talk about it all. Photos for your wall, Flip Video, real-time video streaming and chats from your phone, slash-resistant shirts, and cell phone's that feel like skin!
Brian Tong turns the spotlight on Sony's PSP Slim. It has the best graphics on a handheld and multimedia features galore.
While it has its flaws and is a bit expensive, the ultrasimple Flip Video MinoHD produces impressive video for a camcorder of its size.
Kodak's 1080p pocket camcorder, the Zi8, overtakes the erstwhile leader Flip with better video quality and a nicer feature set.