At the recent XIII Moscow International Salon of Inventions and Innovative Technologies Archimedes 2010 a bronze medal was awarded to a miniature voice recorder EDIC-mini Tiny A45 manufactured by the Zelenograd company Telesystems.
This is not the first time that EDIC-mini miniature voice recorders have received prestigious international awards. Needless to say, this technique was entered into the Guinness Book of Records three times (in 2004, 2007 and 2009) as the smallest voice recorders in the world.
|EDIC-mini Tiny A45|
Rivals at EDIC-mini Tiny A45 on Archimedes 2010 were more than serious. This year, many interesting developments were presented to the commission - more than 1000 developments from 16 countries. For example, a prototype of an exoskeleton that increases the capabilities of an ordinary person, a microplane and much more. Nevertheless, the recorder managed to interest the international jury and, as a result, received a bronze medal, ahead of many other exhibits in the radio electronics class.
Externally, the recorder resembles a cigarette. Its dimensions are 79 mm in length and 9 mm in diameter. Weight - 14 grams. For ease of use, the functionality of the recorder is as limited as possible - only recording, with the ability to activate by voice. The sensitivity of the microphone is enough to ensure recording from a distance of 9 meters. At the same time, the built-in rechargeable battery is enough to ensure operation for 50 hours in recording mode and up to 7 months in standby mode. The recorder may have a decorative design.