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Movie stick

Even grandma can figure it out.
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Little home movies are now commonplace. It would be nice to share these with elderly relatives. But how? Somehow get them onto videotapes?

I propose a small device with a USB port on one side and a prong on the other. The prong could be inserted into the Video In port of a TV or VCR. The device would contain one or a few short movie, which would automatically loop when the thing was inserted into the TV. The home movie could be loaded using the USB port.

All she would need to do is plug it in - and walla! Movies!

bungston, Oct 20 2005

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