We've seen watches with just about everything but the kitchen sink on them, but timepieces with video cameras are still a novelty. Made by OTAS, and costing $100, you get 8GB of flash memory and the ability to record 80 minutes of 352 x 288-pixel footage using the tiny camera situated at about half past one on the face. It connects via USB to your PC, is Windows XP and Vista-compatible and charges in just four hours!
I love the weird juxtaposition of blingy crystals marking out the hours, and the titchy camera. However, budding wrist directors should note the quality is what you might call shonky.