Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Inconspicuously Exposed: The Pen DVR

Looking for a portable spying product that would less likely be suspected? Here comes the device that will surely satisfy your need! Introducing the Pen Camera DVR; a powerful mini gadget that works as a USB Drive and Digital Video Recorder at the same time. An easy-to-use "one touch record" button lets you discretely record any video footage instantly. And it functions as a regular old ballpoint pen too!

Key Features:
  • The smallest DVR in the world was installed in a pen. This DVR has the fuction of recording and kinescoping. The Pen Camera DVR is the first pen-shaped DVR with the fuction of recording and kinescoping in the world
  • Super sensitive microphone can record in the range of 15 square meters. High definition of the kinescope provides reliable evidences for police investigations
  • Can be connected to any Computer or Electronic device with USB port
  • Standard USB 2.0 port, need no drive or circumscribed electric power source
  • Support WINDOWS98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Mac OS/LINUX; automatically distinguishes operating system and installs commensurate drivers so no need to install manually (Except WINDOWS98)
  • Kinescope format: 352 x 288 AVI of CIF
  • Reading speed/Writing speed :900K/700K per second
  • Memory capacity is from 64MB to 4GB
  • Up to 2 Mega pixels
  • Built-in high volume rechargeable lithium-ion battery can work for 3 hours

Monday, August 4, 2008

The CCTV Reality

Failures of CCTV Systems to cut crimes and provide helpful evidences for police investigations are being reported on news; and are spreading over the web. This reality triggers the qualms on the reliability of CCTV Systems. Due to this fact, the concerned public can't help but ask and react.

Do CCTV Systems really help us protect our personal and professional assets and properties? Or are they just waste of money?

Do you believe it is a Win-Lose business offering from the CCTV Products manufacturers? That they are just making money out of the deals and not really taking the responsibility of providing the proper security solutions that customers deserve?

Do you agree that CCTV Systems don't really work as deterrent to potential thieves? And serve more like just decors to business and home facilities?

If it really isn't helpful then why are there more and more businesses and residential structures requiring CCTV Systems be installed on their sites? Why do some government sectors of different countries enforce the installation of such equipments to private and public places as a law?

A CCTV should work and perform the way it was designed. It should provide security and protection. As we all know, there isn't a single thing perfect in this world. A CCTV System may honestly fail at times but what's important is for us to know the factors contributing to its failure and how we are going to deal with it.