Philips SpeechAir: A dedicated Voice Recorder with Android OS, Real time encryption Launched

Philips SpeechAir is a dedicated voice recorder has been introduced by the company to provide more flexibility in term of standalone voice recording along with integrated Wi-Fi connectivity and three dedicated microphones let you record and share your files from anywhere and anytime. Philips SpeechAir
This new Philips SpeechAir voice recorder features 4.0-inch touchscreen IPS display, runs on Android 4.4.2 operating system and comes with philips dictation recording apps, which are rare or even never seen before. The compact voice recorder usually less attractive and mostly acts as an accessory rather than a standalone product that can directly edit files and share everywhere.

This dedicated Philips SpeechAir product bears a 360 degree microphone work as a Professional Voice Recorder and also best practice for noisy environments such as a train or road. It filters out background noise and records your voice perfectly for excellent playback as well as speech recognition results. User can also record VoIP calls with a third, dedicated microphone.

Especially in the legal, financial and insurance sector, safeguarding confidential client information is paramount. SpeechAir will encrypt your real time recording via Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256bit. You can also lock built-in features such as the camera and Wi-Fi networks. 3672214_psp1100_philips-speechair_ap11_rgb_copy_copy
As mentioned above, SpeechAir has a 4.0-inch IPS LCD display alongside WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution that can convey a 16 million colors and also protected by scratch resistant Gorilla glass. The device is powered by the 1.6GHz dual-core (Cortex0A9) processor clubbed  with 1GB of DDR3 RAM and 16GB of native storage.

In addition to recording the Philips SpeechAir also bears a 5-megapixel autofocus primary camera on the back with LED flash. It can also scan barcodes, a very useful in the work-related to health. It packs a 2700mAh rechargeable battery that can deliver up to 12 hours of recording (DSS QP mode), up to 97 hours standby time and can be charged around 3 hours.

On the connectivity front, includes WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Micro USB 2.0 and 3.5mm audio/microphone jack options. The device also features a Docking station connector that can automatically transfer all your recordings to your computer and quickly re-charges your device.

The Philips SpeechAir price yet to be unveiled, if its affordable should be definitely one of the best digital voice recorders on the market today. It will be available in two different models including PSP1100 and PSP1200, measures 62 × 127 × 15 mm and weighs around 116 grams.


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