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MP4 Watch II Caught in Action (Video)

Ready to wow your friends with a James Bond-inspired moment? Maybe it’s time, no pun intended, for you to pick up the MP4 Watch II. Following in the footsteps of the first MP4 Watch, this new version is just as awesome, while remaining just as tiny.

You get to choose between a 2GB and a 4GB model, both of which will happily accept a range of multimedia formats — MP3, WMA, MP4, etc. — via a standard USB 2.0 connection. The 1.8-inch TFT display can be used to watch videos, whereas the built-in speaker will let you share the tunes. There’s also a standard headphone jack in case you want to keep your Bette Midler addiction private.

Rounding out the features are an FM tuner, voice recorder, and photo gallery. This is way more geek-worthy than a calculator watch.

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