SpeechMike Classic Plus 5272
SpeechMike Classic Plus 5272
SpeechMike Classic Plus 5272
SpeechMike Classic Plus 5272

 

SpeechMike Classic Plus 5272

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The Philips SpeechMike Classic gives you total control over dictation and PC navigation in one lightweight unit. Record dictations directly onto your computer using the familiar 4-Position Switch - ideal for single-handed use.
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The scroll wheel and an optical trackball allow you to precisely navigate through your documents. The device is ergonomically designed, offering greater comfort for users with smaller hands as well as for left-handed users, especially during longer dictation sessions. Manage dictations, presentations, e-mail or your Internet browser. With the SpeechMike Classic, you have total control at your fingertips.

Key benefits

·  4-Position Switch for single-handed use
·  Dust-proof optical trackball and scroll wheel for precise navigation
·  Programmable buttons for individual customization
·  Clearly visible LEDs indicate recording, inserting and overwriting modes
·  Ergonomic design is suitable for both right- and left-handed users
·  Dedicated button for recording of spoken instructions
·  Superb sound quality – ideal for speech recognition
·  Compatible with USB 2.0

Available versions of SpeechMike Classic
-SpeechMike Classic 5260 with Philips 4-position switch F.FWD/PLAY/STOP/F.RWD
-SpeechMike Classic 5262 with International 4-position switch REC/STOP/PLAY/F.RWD
-SpeechMike ClassicPLUS 5270 with Philips 4-position switch F.FWD/PLAY/STOP/F.RWD and four fully programmable function buttons
-SpeechMike ClassicPLUS 5272 with International 4-position switch REC/STOP/PLAY/F.RWD and four fully programmable function buttons

Package contents
·  SpeechMike Classic
·  Hanging Bracket
·  Driver Software CD

PC requirements
·  Minimum: Pentium II, 233 MHz and 64 MB RAM
·  Recommended: Pentium III, 500 MHz and 128 MB RAM
·  Powered USB port (for USB device)
·  75 MB hard disk space

Software requirements
·  Microsoft Windows® 2000
·  Microsoft Windows® XP
For all listed operating systems, it is recommended that the
latest service pack available be applied before installing the
SpeechMike.

Technical data
·  Weight: 155 g
·  Dimensions (mm) W x L x H: 43 x 155 x 30
·  Acoustic frequency response: 200 – 6,000 Hz
·  Output power: > 100 mA

Also available
·  SpeechMike Exec Classic
7260 (SpeechMike Classic 5260 plus SpeechExec software)
7262 (SpeechMike Classic 5262 plus SpeechExec software)
·  SpeechMike Pro 5274 (with push buttons)
·  SpeechMike ProPLUS 5276 (with push buttons and four fully programmable function buttons)
·  SpeechMike Exec Pro 7274 (SpeechMike Pro 5274 plus SpeechExec software)



 
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