I just kid you, there is no NXT series in Sony’s voice recorder. However, as it comes with the un-common design, just like the Smartphone shape, to me this new Sony voice recorder, ICD-TX50, is the NXT series of the voice recorder. Its design could become the icon for the next devices (not so sure).
With its unique design, integrated clip and easy-read OLED display, this new recorder displays more stylish and fashionable, easier for you to carry, and matching more you every fashion style. More, it brings only 6.4mm thickness and 50g weight.
Meanwhile for performance, the ICD-TX50 depends on the double stereo microphones and the latest Sony’s recording technologies to capture the voices in CD-quality PCM or MP3 files to a 4GB built-in storage. If you think that’s not enough, the microSD card slot is already there to support you more space. And just to inform you, the battery of this device could support up to 24 hours recording time, so take your coffee.
Fashioned in 40.8(W) x 102.3(H) x 6.4(D) in sleek-black design, Sony ICD-TX50 voice recorder is going to hit Europe in mid-April 2012. The pricing is still unknown, as well as there is no information yet whether this device will come to US or not. Did I mention USB port, 150mW speaker output and the latest Dragon Naturally Speaking Speech recognition software?