Will Video Memo Devices Replace Good Old Pen and Paper?

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Native Union hopes so with their latest product, the Play. The Play is a small voice bubble shaped video memo recording device that attaches to your fridge with a magnet. It features a 2.4-inch color LCD screen, camera, microphone and an easy to use 3 button interface. It has 256mb memory that allows up to a 3 minute video memo. It’s powered by 3 AAA batteries that have a 40 day standby time and 3 hours play/record time. The Play will retail for $59.99 and will be available at the end of the month. It’s kind of neat, but I know what would happen to it if it were on my fridge… Once the batteries died, it would just sit there unused because I’d be too lazy to install new batteries. Hmmm, who will invent a refrigerator with an inductive charging exterior? 😉

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  2. We’ve got a glass Whyte board in the kitchen where all our notes can be written on.
    The kids sometimes use it as a drawning board.

    All information is available in 1 view, and … no batteries … 🙂

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