Olympus Voice-Trek Dictaphone Handles Over 555 Hours of Yapping

Olympus Voice-Trek Dictaphone Handles Over 555 Hours of Yapping

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image_20061_largeimagefile Olympus Voice-Trek Dictaphone Handles Over 555 Hours of YappingI can’t imagine why you’d need to pack around this much recording ability, but it’s always better to have too much rather than not enough. The Olympus VoiceTrek V-51 and V-61 Dictaphones are a pair of voice recorders that can handle the longest of lectures, the most boring of business meetings.

The Voice-Trek V-51 is available in white and comes with 1GB of internal memory, whereas the V-61 comes wrapped in a black casing and doubles the memory, putting two gigs of storage at your disposal. Both units support MP3 and WMA files, pack USB 2.0 connectivity, measure 94.8 x 38.6 x 11mm, and weigh 47 grams.

When you shift it over to LP (long play) mode, the V-51 is capable of recording up to 277 hours and 35 minutes of audio, whereas the V-61 pushes that to an incredible 555 hours and 45 minutes. That’s a lot of yak.

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