Cisco is set to roll out an all new Wi-Fi-enabled Flip digital camcorder sometime in the first half of next year onwards, taking advantage of Cisco’s own networking technology ever since it brought Pure Digital under its wings via a multi-million dollar deal earlier this year. There is very little word on specifications concerning this camcorder, but we do know that it will come with a large display that can slide open to reveal both record and menu buttons underneath. You won’t get touchscreen functionality with this though, which is also a good thing since it would mean having to spend less on the final product when available. It looks as though all recorded footage can be uploaded directly from the camcorder via Wi-Fi networks.
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