Before DXG had a chance to get its 3D VGA camcorder to market, Aiptek announced the i2 3D-HD mini-camcorder for presale. Instead of the pistol-grip design of the DXG, Aiptek went with a candy-bar-style body--albeit a wide one--but it, too, uses two lenses to capture stereo video at up to an HD resolution of 720p. Its $200 price tag is easier to swallow as well, though it doesn't come with the 7-inch LCD for viewing. (Aiptek does sell one that can be purchased separately, however.) The i2 3D-HD can be purchased directly from Aiptek or from Amazon.
Also, Viewsonic is selling a nearly identical camcorder under its name, so it's hard to say who the actual manufacturer of either of the devices are. It's most likely Aiptek.