Every Entrepreneur Could Use a Spy Pen to Keep Track of Your Busy Life
It doesn't have a built-in laser or invisible toxic gas, but it is a useful, multifunctional gadget for boosting productivity.
When you were a kid, you might have wanted to be a spy like James Bond when you grew up. Instead, you're an entrepreneur, which is about as cool and probably a lot less dangerous. But while you get to solve unique problems and navigate your own way through challenges just like a spy, you don't get the same gadgets. Well, you didn't get the same gadgets until now.
The iSpyPen PRO 2021 Model doesn't have a built-in laser or invisible toxic gas, but it is a useful, multifunctional gadget for entrepreneurs. Let's be clear on the name: You shouldn't use this to spy on people, of course, but it is a handy tool for keeping the thoughts in your head organized and giving you a reference point.
The iSpyPenPro is a camera pen that records in 1080p resolution, so you can film meetings, conferences, webinars, and more for immediate reference later. Thanks to the audio recorder, you'll have crystal clear sound for all these memos without having to worry about a bulky microphone being in the way. It works for up to 75 minutes on a single charge and has 128GB of onboard storage — plenty for recording even the longest meetings.
Everything stays on the pen for up to 24 hours, giving you some flexibility to transfer files to your other devices after recording. If you want, you can even add a timestamp overlay providing details to photos and videos like the date and time they were taken.
Find out why the iSpyPen PRO has been featured on Fox, NBC, iHeartRadio, and more. Right now, you can get this clever recording tool for 10 percent off $129 at just $114.99. It's available in black or silver. That's far less than you'd pay a personal assistant to take all those notes.
Prices subject to change.
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