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Philips – today, the electronics manufacturer announced its new ESee pocket video camera. Although the ESee does shoot in full 1080p HD resolution, users have the option of simultaneously recording a QWVGA 240p version of their videos. Even the full HD files aren’t as huge as they could be, due to Philip’s use of H.264 video compression. This leaves them with a sharp video for their own viewing, along with a much smaller file for emailing. Built-in Windows software also allows for one-button posting of videos to sites such as Facebook and YouTube.
Philips’ Sonicare DiamondClean Toothbrush comes with a charging glass that fulfills the standard function of a glass – holding water so you can rinse your mouth after brushing – but also doubles as a charger to top up the toothbrush’s rechargeable battery. In addition to the charging glass, the toothbrush can also be charged via USB thanks to the inclusion of a USB charging travel case, which is designed for chucking in a suitcase when hitting the road. The glass works its magic using induction charging technology like that found in wireless charging solutions such as the Powermat. This allows the toothbrush to be charged via a laptop as well as a standard wall socket by using the included adapter.