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February 28, 2008

Sony releasing new crop of digital voice recorders in April; speech recognition supported

Sonyicdvoicerecorders_2Here's a photo of Sony's new digital voice recorders ICD-UX70 ($100), ICD-UX80 ($150) providing 1GB and 2GB in memory, respectively. Both support stereo MP3 recording, USB mass storage.

Their ICD-SX68 ($150) and ICD-SX68DR9 ($200) both have 512MB and support Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech recognition. The DR9 is bundled with the Dragon software.

Finally, they're releasing  the ICD-P620 ($60) and ICD-B600 ($40), both with 512MB and USB mass storage. The P620 includes Digital Voice Editor software.

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