ThinkGeek rolls out T-shirt with a built-in spy camera

For all you 007 agents out there, the guys form ThinkGeek released a new super gadget, actually it’s a T-shirt with a hidden spy camera, which will help you in your super secret missions.

Electronic Spy Camera Shirt remoteDon’t expect build-in Canon EOS 60D DSLR , but the shirt ‘s hidden digital camera is capable to capture 150 photographs at 640 X 480 resolution, which is enough for your daily covered operations. The camera and the shirt respectively comes with a handy(pocket) remote, which has a vibration feedback to let you know when a photo has been taken, packs 3 AAA batteries and has a build in USB port, to download the secret documents and captured evidences.

ThinkGeek Electronic Spy Camera Shirt


Ohhh and don’t forget to remove the camera, after your dirty work , if you gonna wash the shirt 🙂

“Just reach in, press the button, and your shirt will capture the evidence before you.”

ThinkGeek Electronic Spy Camera Shirt

Available now on ThinkGeek.com for $39.99.

Related posts

Adata rolls out 8GB Gaming Series V2.0 DDR memory kits

Adata Technology comes up with a new dual-channel DDR3 memory kits offers for the gamers. Parts of company's  XPG Gaming Series V2.0,  the new offerings  include 8GB DDR3-1866 and an 8GB DDR3-2133 memory kits.Both new XPG 2133G and 1866G modules operate at 1866 MHz and 2133 MHz respectively, run...

HP Announces New DreamScreen

People now can stay current with Facebook friends and photos, listen to Pandora Internet radio, share Snapfish personal photos and enjoy their music and pictures from home networked PCs with a new category of connected screens from HP. The HP DreamScreen, a companion to the PC, connects...

ASUS launches the Radeon RX 480 Strix

ASUS launches the Radeon RX 480 Strix

After releasing the Radeon RX G1 Gaming video cards ASUS has announced one more breed of them – the ASUS Radeon RX 480 Strix. The card, as expected, comes with a ton of features plus excellent performance and advanced cooling. The new ASUS video card features the company’s DirectCU III...

Leave a comment