Phillips DPM8200 Pocket Memo (DPM8200/00)
RRP: £469.00 - You Save: £110.00 (23%)
£359.00 + vat (£430.80 inc vat)
2 or more for £356.00 each
4 or more for £355.00 each
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The Philips DPM8200 Pocket Memo is an outstanding digital recorder for the busy professional. It is protected by a light weight stainless steel casing and users will appreciate the single-handed operation via the slide switch. There is an integrated barcode scanner which achieves streamlined documentation. It also includes SpeechExec Pro Dictate workflow software.
The DPM8200 Pocket Memo Control is enhanced by a large full colour display and ground breaking 3D Microphone technology which gives best audio quality in all recording situations. This machine achieves high levels of speech-recognition accuracy.
The Philips DPM8200 comes complete with 2GB internal memory, up to 700 hours speech quality recording via the interchangeable 4GB memory card. Voice files are secured via technology such as 4 digit PIN and encryption.
It comes complete with docking station to fast charge batteries, and allow hands-free recording.
The Pocket Memo dictation recorder takes dictation to a new level. Breakthrough 3D Mic technology delivers best audio quality in any recording situation.
Digital dictation allows you to secure your voice files via technology such as 4 digit PIN and encryption to prevent unauthorised access, vital in professional environments where confidential data must be kept secure.
Basic digital recorders and analogue (tape) machines are impossible to protect leaving your data at high risk of getting into the wrong hands.
256 bit encryption is the highest level of security to date, compliant with the Advanced Encryption Standard.
SD/SDHC card, device lock by PIN code, navigation buttons, motion sensor, SpeechExec Pro Dictate workflow software
Box Contents - Docking Station, memory card, USB cable, user manual, rechargeable battery, pouch, DVD containing software
* Using a 4GB memory card