Trust issues? This tiny clock has a built-in video camera

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And now to finally get to the bottom of WHO DRANK MY LAST TAB?! This unassuming little clock tells the time and tells you who’s been breaking into your house at night to eat multiple peanut butter, lettuce, and pastrami sandwiches. It’s definitely not you sleepwalking.

The Tiny Spy Camcorder Clock from Brando sells for $47 and features 4GB of storage. Video is recorded in AVI format at 640×480 pixels, 30 frames per second (audio is recorded too) and you’ll use up about 0.8GB per hour of recorded footage. Don’t worry that you’ll run out of space, though, as the battery only lasts two hours.

Tiny Spy Camcorder Clock [Brando]

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