Saturday, June 7, 2008
Cnet reviews the Vado
The good: Ultraslim design; removable, rechargeable battery; easy to use; relatively inexpensive; one-touch video uploading to YouTube and Photobucket.
The bad: Included desktop software is almost featureless; no SD/MMC expansion slot; Mac users have to manually copy video files to their computers.
The bottom line: While its video quality doesn't quite measure up to some of its competitors, there are enough pluses to make the Creative Vado Pocket Cam a worthy contender in the mini camcorder market.