Modern spy gadgets are incredibly powerful – and a lot cheaper than you might think. Bring the technology of James Bond into your home and walk away with change…
Body: The wannabe James Bond should find a lot to shout about these days. Modern spy gadgets have come an awfully long way since the old matchbox camera – and the galloping advances made in miniaturisation technology have allowed their users access to picture and sound quality that would normally have cost them hundreds of pounds a go, or simply been illegal. The latest in spy equipment is now available to the regular citizen, thanks in equal parts to the ministrations of the Internet (which has democratised choice to the extent that high quality kit can be had without having to pay Mayfair prices) and the steadily growing gadget market, which has been filling the Christmas and birthday lists of tech-heads all over the country for years. Modern spy gadgets offer consumers the chance to use real spy technology in their daily lives. Spy cameras, listening devices, motion sensors, GPS tracking devices – all the staple fare of the old spy film is now squarely in the hands of the beholder. And what fun you can have with it!
You can use portable spy gear, designed for up close and personal missions – a watch with a camera in it; a camera and microphone concealed in a pen; even a mobile phone that transmits audio to a dedicated second line. Or you can opt for static spy gadgets, which are designed to be installed in your home and office and left there. Your clock could double as a motion activated camera; or you could install a GSM bug under your desk and activate it whenever you choose, by simply dialling in with your mobile. Modern spy gadgets will let you get a handle on those awkward relationship moments too – you know, when you are convinced that your partner is texting someone he or she shouldn’t be but you can’t bring yourself to ask? All you need is the latest in modern mobile phone spy equipment: a software package that lets you monitor text messages being sent from and received by a nominated handset or mobile number.
How about a run of the mill car key fob – which also happens to be a pinhole camera? Spy cameras take as many shapes and forms as the imagination will allow these days: and thanks to the hike in memory capacity across all modern caching, they’re able to film as well as snap, and store a huge amount of data. Simple single button activation ensures that these modern spy gadgets are as easy to use as they are useful – and you’d be amazed at the number of uses they can be put to. From the comical (recording a definitive instance of your boss telling you to do something he or she later claimed they’d never said) to the serious, modern spy cameras and recording devices are slick, quick and seriously powerful. All new spy equipment carries with it the ability to use for fun or for more directed purposes. Superspy or laugh a minute, it’s up to you – but the technology is there to help you.