Ultra-Thin Digital Voice Recorder

by Carolyn

digital_voice_recorder.jpgWith everyone talking about this year’s CES, I thought it would be nice to highlight a gadget that would make a visit to CES (or any convention, for that matter) a bit easier to absorb. You know how it is, you get there and are overwhelmed by all the stuff there. By the time you’re done, you’ve forgotten half of what you’ve seen or you need to make notes for a story, but can’t lug around a notebook very easily and also carry all the schwag that invariably gets handed out at these conventions.

Enter the Ultra-Thin Digital Video Voice Recorder over at ThinkGeek.

This credit card size digital voice recorder measures in at just 6.5 millimeters in thickness and features 1GB of built-in storage, a flip-out USB connector, and flush-mounted controls. It can also be used as a MP3 player and USB flash drive. It records in high quality WAV file format and files can be easily copied or deleted just as with a standard USB storage device. Convenient and highly portable design mean you can take it with you just about anywhere with minimum hassle.

With only 36g weight the Ultra-thin Digital Voice Recorder offers a 69-hour recording time and built-in Li-Ion battery that is rechargeable via USB connection.

Sounds like a perfect gadget for the convention goer! Pick one up from ThinkGeek for $69.99 today.

Product Features:

  • Perfect for meetings, interviews, personal notes, classroom, lectures, etc.
  • Memory of 1GB gives up to 69.3 hours of record time
  • USB 2.0 (Full speed)
  • Battery life of about 4.5 hours record/playback
  • Built-in rechargeable Li-Ion battery, charge via USB connection
  • Comes with earbuds and neck strap
  • Dimensions: 3.4″ x 2.2″ x .26″ (86 x 56 x 6.5 mm)

[ThinkGeek]

One review or comment

Mike Says: January 7, 2008 at 10:34 am

Something ain’t quite right here. How can you record 69 hours of .WAV format on only 1 gig???????? Now 69 hours of .mp3 format might fit, but not 69 hours of .wav’s (unless they found a new law of physics somewhere that was previously unheard of.)

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