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MicroDot Squared Audio Recorder – smallest ever voice activated recorder

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The MicroDot Squared Audio Recorder is the world’s smallest voice activated digital recorder. Actually it’s probably the smallest digital recorder, period. It records for around 18 hours at a time onto the 128 MB of internal memory, although the USB rechargeable battery will last for 60 hours in record mode if necessary. The thing embeds date and time stamps on all recordings, and there’s also a programmable timer for scheduled recording. We’re really really trying to find a nice, acceptable use for something like this that doesn’t involve small bits of sticky tape and the underside of chairs, but so far nothing is working. Ah well. $479.95.

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 The MicroDot Audio, the world’s smallest audio digital audio recorder; is out in an even smaller size for 2007! This tiny high quality digital audio recorder is so small, you almost need a magnifying glass to even notice it! It can rest on the tip of your finger. It’s so incredibly small, you will have to take time to wonder and stare at it when you get it and you might want to use a magnifying glass! This digital recorder is so tiny, it has to be manufactured under a microscope.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


2 Comments

  • Wow, that thing is so crazy small… I wonder how the microphone quality is. It’d be sad if all that size reduction came at the cost of garbled static…

  • You know if such a ‘small’ device is available for the consumer market, there are truly smaller devices at work this very minute, in service of various agencies.

    Whether they are of the ‘need-to-know’ types or just nanodot ninjas, is the question.

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