The Native Union Play Video Memo Pad Can Record 3-Minute Video Messages

By: Michael Hines - Published: Sep 11, 2011 • References: chipchick & gizmag
The Native Union Play Video Memo Pad is an ingenious new piece of tech designed to bring the refrigerator sticky note back into relevance. The Play Video Memo Pad is a sort of digital note that allows you to leave video messages for family members on the fridge.

The Native Union Play Video Memo Pad has a camera, microphone and 2.4-inch LED screen. Videos recorded on the pad max out at 3 minutes, and the pad has a magnetized back that can stick to any metal surface. Play comes in a variety of colors and is set to retail at around $80. Even in this day of mass connectivity, a refrigerator reminder may still be the best way to make sure everyone gets the message. Cellphones can go dead and email can go unchecked, but everyone always gets hungry. Stats for High-Tech Fridge Notes Trending: Older & Chilly
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