xTag Wireless Microphone System Ideal for VoIP

Revolabs introduces the company's new xTag Microphone System. Featuring Plug and Play USB connectivity to personal computers, the Revolabs xTag Microphone System facilitates unparalleled freedom of movement by way of its clip-on, wearable design-bringing breakthrough wireless audio performance to the individual workspace. Featuring full duplex audio, eight hours of talk time, and a range of 20 meters (66 feet), the new xTag microphone is ideal for VoIP, SKYPE, podcasting, voice recognition, web conferencing and many other desktop applications.

The xTag Microphone System consists of a base station, two-way audio (full duplex) xTag microphone, an earbud, a lanyard, plus a USB cable for interconnection to one's computer. The xTag's base station serves as both charger and wireless relay into one's personal computer. Featuring digitally encrypted audio, the xTag Microphone System is also an ideal solution for keeping one's conversations secure. Revolabs' new xTag Microphone System is compatible with both the Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems.

Featuring easy USB-based connection to personal computers, the xTag Microphone System is also a versatile recording tool. With the exploding popularity of podcasting and webcasting, users are able to easily record their messages for posting online. Education, medical and legal industries will all benefit greatly from the superior performance brought by xTag during recording, transcribing or translating speech.

The new Revolabs xTag Microphone System carries a MSRP of US$249. The system is available for purchase today.

Posted on Jun 18, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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