This is a USB stick with built in long life voice recorder. While other USB digital recorders only last up to 4 hours, this one will give you 15 Hours of Voice Activated recording on a single charge. The built-in lithium ion battery charges using your computer's USB port while a super sensitive microphone captures and saves your conversations to the built in 4GB memory. Recording at 128Kbps, you'll enjoy crisp, clear audio that will make your bulky voice recorder obsolete. Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 as well as Mac and Linux, this recorder exudes professional quality.
15 Hours of Battery Life Between Charges!
- Looks Just Like a USB Memory Stick
- High Quality Audio Internal Microphone
- 15 Hour Battery Life!
- Records Even When Plugged In
- 4GB Of Internal Memory
- 70 Hours of Voice Recording Memory
- 128 KBPs Audio Quality
- Stores Recordings in WAV Format - Burn to a CD Instantly
- Works with Windows and Mac!
- Just 2 1/2" X 1" X 1/2" and 1/2 oz
Why This Voice Recorder?
While other USB Thumb Drive recorders will work just fine, this one has more features, longer battery life and more compatibility than the rest. The ability to work xwith all newer versions of the Windows operating system as well as Apple Mac computers sets this recorder apart. Others advertise many hours of recording but what they don't tell you is that's storage time. This is the only USB recorder to offer 15 hours of full recording, no fine print or gotchas! This is the real deal.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I understand this device is voice activated. Does that mean it will last longer than 15 hours?
A. No. It's a common misconceptoin that if a device is voice activated it means that battery life is extended. That's not the case. Once you turn the unit on, the battery is being drained no matter if there is audio being recorded or not. At the end of 15 hours you will need to recharge the battery.
Q. Do I need special software to listen to the recordings or can I listen to them on the device?
A. Windows Media Player, Quicktime, iTunes, or your player of choice can play the WAV files created. There are no internal speakers so you cannot listen to the recordings without a computer.