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Flip Video Mino

Flip Video Mino

The already-compact Flip Video Ultra camcorder just got a new little brother. At about 40% smaller than the Ultra series, the Flip Video Mino ($180) weighs only 3.3 ounces, but packs in features like 2GB of storage (good for up to 60 minutes of VGA-quality video), a rechargeable lithium ion battery (which recharges with a built-in USB arm), touch-sensitive buttons, and a 1.5-inch anti-glare LCD display. You also get the easy to use PC/Mac software for quickly sharing your videos. The Mino comes in Apple-esque white or black.

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