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Wireless Microphone System: Revolabs xTag Microphone System

The xTag Microphone System from Revolabs features plug-and-play connectivity to personal computers, facilitating freedom of movement by way of its clip-on, wearable design. 6/14/2007 11:42 PM Eastern

Wireless Microphone System: Revolabs xTag Microphone System

The xTag Microphone System from Revolabs features plug-and-play connectivity to personal computers, facilitating freedom of movement by way of its clip-on, wearable design.

The xTag Microphone System from Revolabs features plug-and-play connectivity to personal computers, facilitating freedom of movement by way of its clip-on, wearable design. Featuring full duplex audio, eight hours of talk time, and a range of 20 meters (66 feet), the new xTag microphone is ideal for VoIP, podcasting, and voice lift (sound reinforcement) for presenters and recording applications. The xTag Microphone System consists of a base station, two-way audio (full duplex) xTag microphone, an earbud, a lanyard, plus a USB cable for interconnection to a computer. In addition to storing and charging the microphone, the xTag's base station also serves as the wireless relay to a personal computer, at which point the microphone can be interfaced seamlessly with Internet-based communication tools, such as Skype and Google Talk. Price: $249. For more information, see Revolabs at InfoComm Booth 8447, or contact the company at 978-897-5655 or at www.revolabs.com.



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