By Lisa Johnston
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Single use digital camera manufacturer Pure Digital announced today that its video recorder is now able to upload video directly to Google Video or the Sony-owned Grouper Networks.
The new version of the Point & Shoot Camcorder, which will ship in November, will feature built-in software that lets users connect directly to Google Video and Grouper Networks when the camcorder is connected to the computer (PC or Mac). The software also supports sending video e-mails and greeting cards through Grouper Networks.
The company also announced a new 60 minute model for a suggested $169, which will join the current 30 minute camcorder on the market. The 30-minute model retails for a suggested $129.
The unit records VGA resolution video to internal flash memory. It offers a 2x digital zoom, 1.4-inch color LCD for playback only, and can be sent to Pure Digital-partner retail locations for DVD burning.
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