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As the great 20th Century philosopher Will Smith so famously said, the summer months are a "time to sit back and unwind". We couldn't agree more.

Creative Vado

No matter how boring your life may be, chances are you'll do something worth documenting this summer. Whether it's a cross-country road trip, a day at a theme park, a summer concert or even just sitting around your backyard with a bunch of friends, something interesting is bound to happen and that's when you're going to be glad that you got your hands on the Creative Vado. This pocket sized device lets you easily and effortlessly capture up to two hours of video with the touch of a button. Its built-in storage means you don't have to deal with tapes or memory cards and its integrated USB plug makes downloading your clips a snap. Best of all, it comes with software that lets you quickly post your vids to Youtube and your still images to Photobucket, which means you can effortlessly share footage of your buddy getting hit in the nuts by a football with the rest of the world! Be sure to send us a link, okay?
Price: $99.99

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