Philips Smart Speech Recorder Allows Encrypted Dictations

Plus, portable battery chargers from Altigo enable on-the-go charging for most Apple, Android and micro USB devices, and offer 10K and 20K options with integrated Lightning and micro USB cables.

by / December 2018

Smart Recording

Speech Processing Solutions launched the Philips SpeechAir 2000 series smart voice recorder, which features three professional microphones, increased Wi-Fi range, more battery power and an improved camera. A Gorilla Glass touchscreen and shockproof housing provide additional protection. Dictations are encrypted in real time using 256-bit technology, and the device itself can be protected via individual password, PIN or pattern. The new power-saving feature lets users set a time for the device to turn itself off if left idle. This is useful for both battery-saving and security.

Charge Up

Altigo’s portable battery chargers deliver hours of power to all of today’s connected consumer devices, providing extended battery life and mobility. The devices enable charging on the go with a variety of lightweight options that are easy to transport and compatible with most Apple, Android and micro USB products. They feature a wide range of ports and integrated cable options, including 10K and 20K batteries with integrated Lightning and micro USB cables; 10K and 20K batteries with integrated USB-C and micro USB cables; and 13K and 26K batteries with multiple USB-A outputs.



Miriam Jones Chief Copy Editor

Miriam Jones is chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines. She joined e.Republic in 2000 as an editor of Converge magazine.

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