Philips Speech Processing's Digital Pocket Memo 9375 for professional document creation, dictation and transcription has an easy operation and professional functionality, the new entry-level device helps eliminate the last barrier faced when moving from voice notes or tape-based voice recording to digital dictation.
The Digital Pocket Memo 9375 helps put ideas on paper (or computer) with minimal effort. A professional-looking lightweight metal body, coupled with an asymmetrical design and side-located control buttons, make the Digital Pocket Memo 9375 ergonomic and simple to use. Equipped with professional push-button editing capacity and a priority setting to get urgent jobs processed first, users can now work smarter, not harder.
The new device boasts several features exclusive to professional dictation, including a capacity to record in both DSS and MP3 audio formats and easy file sharing even if the counterpart does not have a DSS player installed. In addition, the device is environmentally friendly with rechargeable batteries by USB and comes with an exchangeable memory card that allows virtually unlimited recording.
To enable an immediate switch, Philips also offers the Dictation and Transcription Set 9399 which includes the SpeechExec Transcribe workflow management software, an ergonomic foot pedal for convenient playback control, lightweight stereo headphones and the installation wizard for fast and simple configuration.
The Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9375 and Dictation and Transcription Set 9399 are available now at participating retail stores. For more information, please visit www.phillips.com or www.philips.com/dictation.