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Video Review Today, we're checking out The Flip, a point-and-shoot video recorder for the YouTube generation.

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It’s easy to draw comparisons with the iPod. The Flip definitely favours simplicity - and, some would argue, constraint - against flexibility and power.

But its gimmick - the flip-out USB connector - belies a decent bit of kit that, thanks to the driver-less install, its easy to setup and use.

Video quality is surprisingly good, too, for what is a relatively low-rent VGA sensor. Check out the review for our verdict.

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Top 5 reasons to deploy VMware with Tegile

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Flip Ultra

A decent, no hassle quick'n'dirty camcorder for the YouTube generation.
Price: £100 / $150 RRP

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