SKC Announces Plextalk Pocket Digital Recorder/Player

Posted: Aug 1 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:49am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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Shinano Kenshi Corporation (SKC) announced it is launching a new Plextalk Pocket digital recorder and player. The device is pocket-sized voice and book recorder and player that SKC says is the world's first crossover media player/recorder.

The recorder weighs 3 ounces and can fit in small shirt pockets and listeners can use it to play Daisy Digital Talking Books, music, and more. It features a bookmark feature to allow users to return to where they left off the last time the device was used. The player also includes ear buds and can directly read HTML input from SD cards and USB memory. The battery in the device is good for ten hours.

"Shinano Kenshi Corporation is pleased to present the PLEXTALK(TM) Pocket," said Rex Bergsma, President, Shinano Kenshi Corporation-North America. "We believe the Pocket spans a wide range of uses and applications for leisure, business, education, and special needs. Shinano Kenshi Corporation has long-held a passion for creating products that better our lives. This new product offers powerful features that are suitable not only for the visually impaired or learning disabled, but also for a host of other uses by anyone in the classroom, at home, at work, or on the go." SKC plans to support various digital content and books from industry leading companies in this market space.

Via Shinano

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