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1. VXI CORPORATION BlueParrott Wireless
$179.99 list($199.99)
2. VXI-Voice It VTR3200 Mobil Digital
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3. VXI-Voice It VT90 Personal Note
list($89.99)
4. VXI-Voice It VX3400 Executive
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5. VXI-Voice It VT300 Personal Note

1. VXI CORPORATION BlueParrott Wireless Headset B100

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Asin: B0008GQQD6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Vxi Corporation
Sales Rank: 14751
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Features

  • Works with both corded and cordless single line phones
  • Move freely
  • Increase your productivity
  • Powered by Bluetooth
  • Headset also compatible with Bluetooth technology cellular phones

2. VXI-Voice It VTR3200 Mobil Digital Voice Recorder
list price: $199.99
our price: $179.99
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Asin: B0000501EL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VXI Corporation Inc.
Sales Rank: 16221
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your dictation chores on the road with the VTR 3200 mobile digitalvoice recorder from VXI. This recorder's internal memory stores up to 1 hour and14 minutes of voice dictation, and removable SmartMedia memory cards can expandcapacity up to 3 hours and 42 minutes of recording time. Use the recorder'sserial connector to download dictation directly to a PC, where it can betranscribed, e-mailed, electronically transferred, or archived.

Features include three recording speeds and full editing functions that allowyou to insert passages, delete passages, apply index marks, and highlight keypassages. Keypad controls include power, pause, insert, record, play, rewind,fast-forward, delete, folder, and menu. The VTR 3200's recordings are compatiblewith leading voice-to-text software, and sophisticated file protocols allowinterface with database systems.

Voice It Link software is included to makedownloading a breeze. This recorder comes with a DB-9 connector cable and VoiceIt Link software. It is covered by a 90-day warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Mobile digital recorder for dictation
  • 74 minutes of internal memory
  • SmartMedia card slot for added memory up to 3 hours and 42 minutes
  • Transfer files to PC with included serial cable
  • Compatible with major mobile voice-to-text software

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars To voice it or not to voice it
I decided to purchase a portable voice recorder to keep track
of my thoughts and ideas while travelling. The VXI Voice-it
provided a to me unexpected combination: reasonable recording
time (of course with additional memory) plus the possibility
of downloading the data to my computer for filing. This also
opened the possibility of using voice-to-text software
which could be useful for preparing papers and reviews. Bad idea!
The audio quality is not very good, downloading to the computer
is slow and uses a lot of disk space. But the worse feature is
that, my device at least, is very sensitive to battery age. As
soon as the batteries have been used just a little, I begin having problems to reproduce the recordings. Lowering the volume
to the very minimum helps sometimes, but not always. I know that
the batteries are good because the battery indicator tells me
so, and because I have replaced them a couple of times to check
the problem. So typically I can only listen to the first 10 seconds or so of each file, and then the unit freezes with
a low battery message. I contacted the manufacturer by EMAIL,
but obtained no reply.

The quality of the keys is poor and the menus are not easy to
use. I would not recommend this device to anyone. ... Read more


3. VXI-Voice It VT90 Personal Note Digital Voice Recorder
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000501EH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VXI Corporation Inc.
Sales Rank: 14913
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Voice It VT90 may have decent sound quality for its extremely slim design, but its usefulness is minimized by a 90-second maximum recording time. That should be plenty for capturing some quick thoughts during your commute or recording directions, but there are plenty of digital voice recorders on the market that offer better features for around the same amount of money.

Simplistic controls also diminish the VT90's overall value, as there is no way to adjust the playback volume or microphone sensitivity. It is possible to quickly skip from one voice file to the next, but once it is being played back there is no way to fast-forward or rewind the recording. If you need to back up a little to hear the last part of a phone number, you are forced to start from the beginning of that particular recording. The only other controls besides the record, play, and file navigation buttons are a pair of buttons used to erase files and a memo button that makes a green light blink to alert users that an important message is waiting.

At least the VT90 was easy to set up. We popped the four included lithium batteries into the back of the device and it was good to go. The recorder can be slipped into the included plastic jacket with belt clip for easytransportation, but it's so thin we preferred to carry it in a pocket. A better option would have been the inclusion of a cover for the front of the device, as sometimes the buttons were accidentally pressed as we moved around.

We had to hold the VT90 relatively close to our mouth to get a decent recording, but fortunately the built-in speaker was loud and clear enough so that we could set it on a desk and still hear everything well enough to transcribe it.

If you really just need 90 seconds of recording time and are in the market for an extremely portable recorder, the VT90 is an inexpensive choice. But we predict most people will end up wishing for better controls and more audio memory than this device offers. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Very small
  • Easy to use
  • Solid-state components should let the unit easily shrug off drops that would ruin a recorder with moving parts

Cons:

  • No volume controls, and you can't rewind or fast-forward during playback
  • Have to keep the microphone close to your mouth to get a decent recording
  • Stores only 90 seconds of audio
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Features

  • Ultra-compact personal voice recorder
  • Records up to 90 seconds of messages
  • Less than one-third of an inch thick; weighs only 2 ounces
  • Includes message priority, 2 erase and 2 play options, and skip forward and reverse buttons
  • Comes with car visor holder and clip

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little voice recorder!
This is a great little voice recorder to have! It is handy in situations where it would be impractical or impossible to jot down notes. The voice recorder is quite small and lightweight. It is quite user friendly. The sound quality is excellent. This is the nicest voice recorder I ever had!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfection of "Keeping-It-Simple".
This is the most valuable and useful gadget I own. I'd be lost without it! There are hundreds of voice recorders on the market, but this one is THE BEST, because 1)It's so simple - the buttons are tactile so you don't need to look at it - ever. And there's only ONE keypress to start recording, and ONE to stop. 2) It's tiny - not much bigger than a business card. It's very thin. 3) It's durable. I've put mine through complete hell, and it works like a charm. You can drop it a thousand times. And, despite being so thin, it's still sturdy enought to not "bend" under pressure.

Sound quality is fine (for voice). Batteries last a year, even with frequent use.

And my favorite feature, for all you city-dwellers - sound quality is fine if you bring it right up to your mouth and whisper, pretending you have an itch. Which is exactly what you want to do in a public place, so people don't think you're a freak.

90 seconds goes a long way, if you speak succinctly. But if you need more, the VT300 model records 4 minutes, has a few more features, but is much thicker.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for fast minds
I have carried the VT-90 for over 6 years and only needed to change the batteries (the lithium type) twice. I recently misplaced the unit and have been LOST without my quick and easy note taker. I use it while on the hands-free cell phone while driving to repeat numbers or important phrases given to me in conversation. At meetings or receptions I use it to record contact names and/or numbers. I use it to record phone numbers, www.addresses or other information from radio or billboard ads. It is very easy to carry with me all the time to jot down those momentary thoughts, ideas or "oh my gosh-things I need to do stuff". As a quick verbal note pad - it can't be beat. I generally capture my notes later on my To-do list....it was easy to find a replacement on Amazon!

4-0 out of 5 stars Recommended for those with Porous Memories
With a life on the run, and a mind that runs away, I find myself always in need of a scrap of paper and a pen to jot down fleeing thoughts. "Voice It" has helped simplified my beleaguered world by giving me the quick ability to capture my retreating memories. Now, when I have a 'brain burp', and need to remember that which I will undoubtable forget, I just grab this little black device, punch record, and retain that brilliant thought that will bring forth the next great invention for our generation - like "buy T.P.."

The VT90 is a solid performer, and the battery life has improved significantly over the first models. The sound quality is adequate, its playback volume (though not adjustable) is sufficient and the microphone sensitivity is appropriate. I like the layout of the buttons. They are tactical and easily felt when driving or in the dark of night. I often leave my VT90 by my bed side where I can reach pick it up and capture my last thought before sleep. I also found the "Voice It" to be a great device for recording your dreams in the middle of the night.

In the earlier models of "Voice It" the batteries were difficult to find (AAAA), expensive and last only a few weeks; now ""Voice It"" has been designed to use four lithium batteries (included) and they can last for a month or two.

I commend "Voice It" for all those with porous memories, those looking for a very small, easy to use pocket record. Recommended

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for what it is.
I used to have a different model by Voice It that used AAAA batteries (yes, that's 4 A's), but I finally stopped using it because they were too hard to find. One day my neighbor, a steel construction foreman, and I were talking about how great they are, and told him that I don't use mine anymore. He gave me an old one of his, a VT90, whose battery door kept falling off. I went down and picked up some new ones and taped the door shut with packing tape. That was over 6 months ago, and it's still doing pretty well.

I find the 90 second total record time pretty short, but this is still OK for helping you to remember those fleeting ideas as you're driving along and just can't jot it down. It fills up fast for me, so I keep my messages brief, just enough to remind myself of them later.

The sound quality is decent, but not great. After a couple of times spending 10 minutes or more struggling to decipher earlier reminders, I replay messages right after recording them to make sure they're intelligible. Sometimes I have to re-record them, but that whole operation still only takes a few seconds.

The mike pickup is good. You don't have to hold it close to your mouth. You can use it without taking your hands off the steering wheel or your eyes the road. It's simple to use, and with just a little practice you're an expert. I never needed to read any instructions.

If you want to use this to ramble on about screenplays, or keep a personal journal, don't get this. But for the price, it's a good little tool to give yourself quick reminders, and it's very easy to use.

PS: The batteries cost me about $... total at K-Mart. I recommend a little tape on the door -- if it slips out of your pocket, the door comes off, and the batteries pop out, all your voice notes gone forever. ... Read more


4. VXI-Voice It VX3400 Executive Digital Voice Recorder
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000501EK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VXI Corporation Inc.
Sales Rank: 54093
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Amazon.com Product Description

There's no need to lug around a bulky notebook or tape recorder with theVXI Voice It 3400 Executive digital voice recorder. This flash memory devicerecords up to 34 minutes of notes or reminders in a digital format that keepsmessages even when battery power is interrupted. Weighing only 2 ounces andsized at 3.5 by 2.25 by 1 inch, this recorder is compact and easy to carry. The3400 records at three speeds and stores messages on four channels for easysorting. Other features include two erase options, two play options,skip-forward and reverse buttons, and a keypad lock for security.

The 3400 has an illuminated LCD screen that shows channel and message counterinformation. Battery and memory gauges ensure that you will never lose amessage. It runs on one AAA battery (included) and comes with a leather carryingcase and a 90-day warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Records up to 34 minutes at 3 speeds
  • 2 play and erase options, skip forward and reverse
  • Battery and memory gauge ensure you don't lose data
  • Illuminated LCD screen with channel and message counter
  • Weighs only 2 ounces

5. VXI-Voice It VT300 Personal Note Digital Voice Recorder
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000501EJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VXI Corporation Inc.
Sales Rank: 11332
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

There's no need to lug around a bulky notebook or message pad with theVXI Voice It VT300 personal voice recorder. This device records up to 5 minutesof notes with flash memory, which protects against data loss if the battery runsout. This recorder is easy to carry, weighing only 2 ounces and measuring 3.5 by2.25 by 0.5 inches. Its features include four channels for sorting messages, akeypad lock, two erase options, two play options, and skip-forward and -reversebuttons. It runs on one AAA battery, which is included and lasts up to sixmonths.

The VXI Voice It VT300 comes with a visor holder with clip for mounting in yourcar. It has a 90-day limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra-compact personal voice recorder
  • Records up to 5 minutes of messages
  • Less than a half-inch thick, weighs only 2 ounces
  • Stores messages on 4 channels
  • Flash memory protects against data loss

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool Audio Tool
I bought this for my child who has auditory problems (age 9). It has been a *great* tool for him to get his writing ideas down as he thinks them. Then he can replay them and write out what he was thinking.

The buttons are simple to use and understand (that's why I chose it for him). It's small enough to fit comfortably in a pocket. Seems pretty rugged.

I also use one of these to record ideas for poems and songs when I'm on the road. Though the sound fidelity is not great, it does let me capture the moment. You can capture a lot of vocalized ideas in the 3 minutes or so of recording time.

Pros: easy to use, small and thin (compared to similar products), you can change the battery without losing what you recorded

Cons: sound fidelity is not great, more recording time would be better

5-0 out of 5 stars Highly useful, durable, small and easy to operate.
I up graded to the VT300 from a "Voice It" VT90. The extended recording time was the main reason. Like most harried Americans I have a life on the run. I find myself always in need of a scrap of paper and a pen to jot down fleeing thoughts. "Voice It" has helped simplified my beleaguered world by giving me the quick ability to capture my retreating memories. Now, when I have a 'brain burp', and need to remember that which I will undoubtable forget, I just grab this little black device, punch record, and retain that brilliant thought that will bring forth the next great invention for our generation - like "buy T.P.."

The VT300 is a solid performer, and the battery life has improved significantly over the first models. The sound quality is adequate, its playback volume (though not adjustable) is sufficient and the microphone sensitivity is appropriate. I like the layout of the buttons. They are tactical and easily felt when driving or in the dark of night. I often leave my VT300 by my bed side where I can reach pick it up and capture my last thought before sleep. I also found the "Voice It" to be a great device for recording your dreams in the middle of the night.

I found the recorder to be most durable. I have sat on it, dropped it and spit coffee on it yet like the bunny, it runs and runs.

I commend buying "Voice It 300", over the VT90, as the difference in price is slight ([amt]). For those, like me, with porous memories, this very small, easy to use, pocket recorder will be continually used. Recommended

5-0 out of 5 stars A very small, easy to use, durable pocket recorder .
Almost two years ago I wrote a review on the VT300. I recently bought another (I'm sold on these great thought catchers) and found that VXI has moved to a AAA battery. A significant (and cheeper) advance over the four CR-2025 lithium batteries!

Like most harried Americans I have a life on the run. I find myself always in need of a scrap of paper and a pen to jot down fleeing thoughts. "Voice It" has helped simplified my beleaguered world by giving me the quick ability to capture my retreating memories.

The VT300 is a solid performer, and the battery life has improved significantly over the first VXI models. The sound quality is better, its playback volume (though not adjustable) is sufficient and the microphone sensitivity is appropriate.

I like the layout of the buttons. They are tactical and easily felt when driving or in the dark of night. I often leave my VT300 by my bed side where I can reach pick it up and capture my last thought before sleep. I also found the "Voice It" to be a great device for recording your dreams in the middle of the night.

I found the recorder to be most durable. I have sat on it, dropped it and spit coffee on it yet like the bunny, it runs and runs.

I commend buying "Voice It 300", over the VT90, as the difference in price is slight ([amt]). For those, like me, with porous memories, this very small, easy to use, pocket recorder will be continually used. Highly Recommended

1-0 out of 5 stars Spend more get more
I had been looking for such a device for a long time, something to record speech, take notes, etc. After much looking around I settled on the IAudio CW200. The 256MB or the cheaper 128MB models store hours and hours of voice AND... it's MP3 and an FM radio and it's no heaver or larger than this device. Yes it's more expensive (about 3x) but for all the extra features and one less device to carry around its well worth it.

Another possibility is the iRiver iFP-180T 128 MB MP3 Player which is only about 2x also with MP3 and Voice.

3-0 out of 5 stars Worked for my needs, but flawed
As a songwriter/general idea person -- one with a terrible memory -- this was a great little machine. Simple (I don't need multiple folders or shuffle play) and really small. However, like all the VoiceIt models, it has one major flaw, and that is that the buttons protrude -- they stick out. This means that keys in your pocket or the side of a desk you lean against can press the "play" button, and it's very embarrassing when your pocket starts talking! Worse, on more than one occasion, the "erase all" button was pressed and I lost everything. It doesn't take a genius to see this is a bad design, but these guys turned out several models with the same problems. I recommend against any brand that has a protruding "erase" button. ... Read more


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