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02. 28. 2007

Griffin iTalk Pro


If you love the sound of your own voice, then Griffin's iTalk Pro is for you. Turning your iPod into a portable audio recorder, the iTalk has a little stereo mic built-in that allows you to record those brain-waves on the move, all in nice 16-bit 44.1 kHz stereo audio. Use it to record interviews, lectures, or even friends if you think they're talking about you behind your back. If you find the quality of the built-in mic not good enough for the subtleties of your voice, then you can simply attach your own external one.

Get it now from Griffin for $49.99. Remember it's only compatible with 5G iPods and 2G iPod Nanos.

Anyone else sick of seeing Bono's face on pictures of video iPods?

Posted by Stuart    Category: devices
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