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Friday, September 18, 2009

PenFriend audio labeller

Easily record, and re-record, information using this versatile, pocket-sized, easy-to-use product and the self-adhesive labels. You can instantly play back the recordings anywhere simply using the PenFriend - no computer required.

Use to label: food items, including freezer items, film and music collections, household objects or even to organise letters and other paperwork as well as record shopping lists or leave audio messages.

It can also be used as a portable notetaker, record your message and keep track of it by placing the allocated label in a small notebook or in your diary.

Use in school to label classroom equipment and resources and pupils can organise their coursework.

  • simply allocate one of the coded self-adhesive labels and record and store your message on the PenFriend. To playback hold the PenFriend over the label - it announces recordings specific to each label
  • there is no limit to the length of each message
  • the pen as up to 70 hours of recording time available
  • ability to download MP3 files including books and music if desired
  • supplied with 127 labels in a mix of sizes and shapes, built in speaker, USB cable, neck lanyard and two AAA batteries.
  • short demonstration video about PenFriend available to watch on YouTube
Click this link to purchase the PenFriend audio labeller from the RNIB Online Shop.

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