J. Clarke wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>> it doesnt have an audio input, I was hoping there would be something
>>> you can attach to it to get the function like with Ipod
>> Your main hope would be a USB peripheral Microphone. I have just run some
>> Web searches, yet failed to find anything appropriate. From my own
>> experience, while it is nice to have voice memos, it is never practically
>> useful. It absorbs the surrounding voices quite well, but handling of
>> such audio files does not compare to text, which can be indexed and
>> sorted quite naturally.
> Don't USB peripheral microphones have to be plugged into a USB master?
*Aha* didn't think about that...
I guess there is nothing to do then... unless there is a Microphone-enabled
device with a USB interface that acts as a master... quite expensive, if it
existed, that is...
I think that digital voice recorders can be bought for just dozens of
dollars. The cheap ones are rarely digital, however, and will not
communicate with the desk/laptop-side.