By Andrew Liszewski
ThinkGeek’s a little vague when it comes to the tech specs on this SpyNet Mission Video Watch, but since it’s able to capture upwards of 20 minutes of video I’m going to assume it’s not quite HD-capable. But what keeps it from being yet another piece of craptastic spygear is the optional Snake Cam accessory which plugs directly into the watch and lets you capture video from around corners, or even when covertly hidden somewhere on your person.
The watch also has its own built-in camera which can be monitored via its 1.4-inch TFT LCD display, and can be used to capture stills and audio in addition to video. And since it’s technically designed for kids there are even downloadable games in the form of spy missions making it extra… um… fun! The watch itself sells for a reasonable $59.99, so don’t expect too much from it, while the Snake Cam accessory, which I do not consider optional, is an extra $29.99.