The College of Natural Resources has 3 of these wireless microphones that you can check out and use to do many things, including:
- Record in-class lectures and presentations
- Record in-office lectures
- Use with Collaborate for live Web meetings
You can check one out by emailing us and requesting one. We have also written documentation that will step you through the process of using one of these microphones in conjunction with Relay to create a recording. What’s Relay? It’s the software we use at the college to capture lectures, among other utilities, read more here.
More on the xTag
No wire to constrain your movement! The wireless capability, small form factor with no headset, makes the xTag USB Wireless Microphone a comfortable alternative.
The xTag has a rechargeable battery that provides up to eight hours of talk time after each full charge. The unit will be charged any time the microphone is in the Charger Base and USB cable is connected. The xTag recharges to 85% capacity in approximately 45 minutes.
All of Revolabs Wireless Microphones use 128-bit encryption, so that no one can listen into your discussions. This is critical for HIPAA-compliance, if you are a physician and using speech recognition software to record patient notes.
Ease of Use
The xTag is a plug-and-play USB device that is instantly recognized by all operating systems and is immediately usable out of its box. It does not require any software drivers for configuration.
See all the details at the xTag website.