I've been eyeing up the Flip MinoHD for the past week, which retails at around £160. One thing I noticed is lack of video stabilization, though, which really makes you feel sick watching HD video with it lacking.
This camera is a "True 1080p HD" (compared to the flips 720p), has a 3" touch screen, video stabilization and a HDMI port to connect it straight to the TV. So seems like a bargain? You can see from the Ebuyer site how much cameras with this spec normally retail at...
Super HD (True 1920x1080p) 5 Mega pixel Cmos Optics for digital stills
20x Optical/Digital zoom
High resolution 3" Touch screen
Ultra soft rubber grip body using Tacton technology
USB & HDMI port
Digital light / Night model
USB Charging option
You Tube Direct Software
Internal 128MB (SD card slot - upto 32GB)
4000x3000 still images in high quality mode
Video file format: AVI (H.264)
NP60 Lith-ion Battery