Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Olympus VN-8100PC recorder a must for conferences, and school!

This week I begin training to be able to do another co-workers job to be well-rounded in my office. This is all well and good but I do have one issue…my hand writing isn’t all that great and needing to take notes and not wanting to ask people to repeat themselves or talk slower I’m using my Olympus VN-8100PC recorder
This has become a valuable tool for me to be able to get all the information that is being given to me and for me to be able to go back and reference it later and not have to try and figure out what I wrote and have pages and pages of notes.

Being able to record everything is easier and neater and has made what it a tough task in learning a new position become just a little bit easier. With 2 gigs of memory I can record upwards of 840 hours on this recorder! The battery life is outstanding, the average life span of the batteries is 51 hours, that’s remarkable and makes this recorder an essential weapon to have in your arsenal especially if you’re a student. I’m getting all kinds of use in an office setting; I would have loved to have this when I was in college and having to write copious amounts of notes on a daily basis with my chicken scratch.
These are just a few of the features the Olympus VN-8100 PC offers; I’m only scratching the surface of this little beauty.  Some other features are indexing for easier access to specific portions of audio, the LCD screen supports English, French, Spanish & Portuguese and the playback formats are in MP3 and WMA. If you or someone you know is heading off to college this is a little recorder packed with a million options and is something every student should have, this is a valuable piece of technology that will make their lives easier and they will thank you for getting it for them.

So if you are planning any conferences this summer, or going back to school this recorder would be great for you.

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