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December 9, 2008

Ultra-Thin Credit Card Size Digital Voice Recorder


Very slick.

Won't be long till things just disappear from view, they'll be so small....

From the website:

Ultra-Thin Digital Voice Recorder — Capture Important Voices for Playback


When it comes to portable electronic gadgets, thin is always in.

We constantly want to see our electronics becoming lighter, smaller and thinner so that we can have the justification to buy a shiny new toy.

Yes, new features are always nice — but what we really want is a gadget so thin it will blow the mind of anyone who even gets a passing glance of it.

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.

Weighing only 36 grams (1.3 oz.), the Ultra-Thin Digital Voice Recorder offers a 69-hour recording time and built-in Li-Ion battery rechargeable via USB connection.



• Perfect for meetings, interviews, personal notes, classroom, lectures, etc.

• Built-in rechargeable Li-Ion battery, charge via USB connection

• 1GB capacity gives up to 69.3 hours of record time

• Battery life of about 4.5 hours record/playback

• 3.4" x 2.2" x 0.26" (86 x 56 x 6.5 mm)

• Comes with earbuds and neck strap

• Built-in speaker and microphone

• Status indicator LED lights

• Headphone jack

• Windows only

• USB 2.0



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i think that the buttons should have been designed to carry over the whole case. it looks like it was a bad design because it was just the switch board placed on top.. yes it looks slick - but the buttons look tacky and as if they were 'stuck on'. i do like the use of the flat cable attached to the usb.

Posted by: kelly | Oct 29, 2009 3:35:00 AM

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