Even small gadgets require a power source in the form of a battery, a battery, or an electrical connection, but the Xnor startup camera does not need all this. A miniature camera, placed on a 5 cm-long board, receives energy from the Sun due to the presence of a small solar panel. This allows the gadget with low power consumption and dimensions to record video in the format of 320 × 320 pixels. And the AI module, which does not require a connection to the cloud, makes it possible to use the device as a motion sensor or tracking objects. This may turn out to be convenient, say, in a summer cottage for protecting the territory or for observing birds and animals. Unfortunately, the level of sunlight affects the frame rate in the video. In clear weather, this figure reaches 32 fps. The gadget can work with several different wireless protocols with low power consumption, but in this case it is better to install an additional battery, since Wi-Fi, for example, requires a lot of energy. In addition, an additional energy source would allow the gadget to work during the day from the Sun, and at night from the battery. That is, around the clock. The cost of new items is only $ 10, but the manufacturer is not yet ready to bring it to the commercial market.