Having a credit card sized in 85.6 x 54 x 5 mm dimension, you can slip Poco Pro camera, the newest pocket camera from Iain Sinclair into your pocket or your wallet. Easy to carry like you carry a smartphone or key and has elegant looking in black color, the camera is a perfect friend for your travel and on-the-go Christmas event.
Despite on its compact design, Iain Sinclair Poco Pro camera delivers full 1080p HD resolution through its 14MP 1/2.3 CMOS sensor. And a 2.4 inch (diagonal) AMOLED touchscreen display enables you to touch control in capturing, recording and viewing the images or videos. Iain Sinclair also adds a 533-MHz ARM11 CPU, 2 Piezo Electric loudspeaker Miniature microphones, and ArcSoft’s PowerMobia software into the device in order to enhanced graphic and sound capabilities. Thanks to Micro USB3 port and HDMI output, you can show your images and video on your HDTV or store it into your computer or other devices and charge the battery as well.
Made of magnesium die-cast chassis with black non-scratch anodizing, the Poco Pro camera is expected to bang market in around Q2 2011 at £200. Did I mention Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery?