November 26, 2011
Voice Recorder Flash Drive
I said be careful his flash drive is really a recorder... never mind.
From the website:
It's the best covert audio recorder you'll find anywhere, thanks to its small size and dual functionality.
You'll be able to record and store over a hundred hours of audio all on one simple flash drive.
It's the perfect note-taking companion, especially for laptop users.
Simply turn on audio recording and type your notes, knowing you have a safety net in case you miss anything.
Of course, if your recording is of a more sensitive nature, you have the peace of mind of knowing that the other person will never realize they are being recorded on your USB voice recorder.
And, don't forget — this is also a fully functional USB flash drive, too.
With the USB Flash Drive Recorder you can:
• Record lectures in their entirety
• Store audio records of interviews
• Review what your boss said at the company meeting
• Catch someone in a lie, and have the proof to back you up
Features and Details:
• Plug and play
• WAV file format
• Instruction manual
• 2-1/2" x 3/4" x 1/4"
• Play back .WAV files on any computer
• Win2000 / XP/ME/NT/Mac 8.6 or highe
• USB voice recorder records audio covertly
• Also works as a fully functional USB Flash Drive
• Play back on Windows Media Player or Free VLC player
• Available in 2 GB (40 Hours) and 8 GB (160 Hours) models
• Internal rechargeable battery (up to 4 hours continuous recording/battery life on a full charge)
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I'm suffering cognitive dissonance - at your hands!
Yesterday you were bumfuzzled by those folks who would turn on their corporate masters (and, let's leave Whistleblowers out of this discussion) and divulge the company secrets.
Today you post a tool to assist such begaviour.
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. My tiny grey cells are desperately trying to untwist the knickers that you wrapped around the two posts.
Pardon me - I have to go and use a separatory funnel on my metaphors.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Nov 26, 2011 1:10:31 PM
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