Excerpt: I got this for my daughter and she LOVES it. She had different categories and several entries which she can find pretty quickly on demand. The battery is still going strong, and it's still working correctly despite a few falls. We're pretty happy with this product.
Summary: I recently purchased this to aid me with my lectures, but this thing is just too outdated to be useful. There is no external micro sd slot so you are left with the small internal storage of the device, and these audio files cannot be transferred directly to any computer. Not to mention the one I received shuts off whenever it decides to and only one side of any external auxiliary will work!
Summary: I use this in interviews and to record information for writing. The best part is the ability to break up one long recorded session into separate parts. This makes it easier to jump around for different information in one interview. Easy to use and great sound quality.
Excerpt: Use the head phone jack to go to the mic input to your computer, and record with any software that came with the puter, usually .mva with MS. All you need is a double ended male 3.5mm (1/8") cable (like the thing you stick ino your Ipod,MP3,to hear sound, etc) and it's analog again. Your computer mic input is also analog. Humans cannot "hear" digital. When was the last time you picked up a phone only to get a Fax talking to you.
Pros: Buy A Double Ended 35 Ca, Usb Lack Of Workaround