Native Union, today announces the launch of Play, a video memo pad which will puts a modern twist on everyday messages, at IFA 2011.
Play combines an excellent video camera, sophisticated audio recording system, and 2.4-inch colour LCD screen, enabling users to create to-do lists, good-mornings or I’ll-miss-you’s fun, playful and personalised.
The Play video memo pad can store three minutes of video in one full-length message or in multiple, shorter messages at one time. Equipped with a magnetised back, Play can be attached to a fridge or some other metallic surface, and a simple three-button design makes it simple for users of any age to record and view a message.
The Play video memo pad brings a truly playful element into everyday life at home. “It’s a lot more fun to leave a to-do list for your kids or a shopping list for your other half with video, but more than that, we hope that Play will encourage kids and adults alike to leave funny, heartfelt, or loving messages for each other more often. We want Play to become the first thing that people go to each day to see what fun new messages might be waiting for them.” John Brunner, managing director, Native Union
Key features and benefits with the Play video memo pad include:
- Three minutes total record time on 256Mb of memory
- Built in microphone, speaker, camera, LCD monitor
- Time and date stamped messages
- Super-bright LED message indicator
- Magnetised backing, included magnetic wall tape pad, and hand strap
- No computer needed
- High gloss casing in stylish colours (green, pink, blue, purple, red, white, black)
- Operates on 3 AAA batteries with 40 day standby time and 3 hours play/record time
The device, which is available at the end of September for £49.99, will come in an array of high-gloss colours including green, pink, blue, purple, red, white and black & will be sold on Native Union and Amazon websites
US availability of the Play is expected to be announced mid-September.
For more information on Play and all of Native Union’s products, please visit www.nativeunion.com/uk and view the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nativeunion.