Lets's Talk Computers - Pure Digital Technologies  February 14, 2009
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Pure Digital Technologies
Interview on February 14, 2009
Mino HD     Guest: Scott Kabat
Pure Digital Technologies is maker of the wildly popular "Flip" line of easy-to-use handheld video cameras.

Scott Kabat, Director of Marketing with Pure Digital Technologies, talks about the amazing Flip Mino HD camcorder that direct download of video to your TV, as with other Flips, consumers can plug the camcorder's signature flip-out USB arm into any computer for saving, organizing, editing and uploading of video to YouTube, MySpace, AOL Video and other sharing sites, and for your favorite Valentine - you can find Flip at retailers everywhere, including Staples (Nasdaq: SPLS ), Amazon.com (Nasdaq:AMZN), Toys R Us , Best Buy (NYSE: BBY), Wal Mart Stores or personalize your own Mino or MinoHD at www.theflip.com.
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