February 26 2018
No need to be afraid of technology
Hi there! My name is Donna and each week I promise to come into your inbox to share some tips with you on how you can overcome your fear of technology. This is my first blog and I thank my friend Albert for giving me an opportunity to visit with you.
Many of us did not grow up in the era of technology and it is probably why we are so hesitant when it comes to interacting with it. For me, I am somewhere in between and it never ceases to amaze me how much technology can change our lives. From the most basic of technology to the most sophisticated; it does not really matter.
I want to talk about some of the most basic technology in my blogs and I’ll start with a handy little gadget called “Talk to the Wilson” version 6.
This state-of-the-art digital voice recorder is simple
to use. Record up to 12 hours of voice messages.
Note: Not Available with Quota Funds
NEW for Version 6: “Check Message”
Message Management System
LP/SP switch for Long Play or Standard Play
(shorter recording time, better sound
When memory is full, the oldest recorded
message is automatically deleted
Will store multiple messages
Easy to add or delete messages
Clips to your belt, visor, or purse
Ear piece (mono)
Use to Record:
And much more!
Measures 2 x 3 x 0.5 inches.
Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).
Note: Not compatible with Windows 8. The Wilson
digital recorder is not related to the Wilson Reading
Downloadable Manual: The Wilson instructions are
available free-of-charge as a text file on our
downloadable manuals page. We do not sell the
manual separately. Please visit:
The Wilson Digital Voice Recorder, Version 6
Catalog Number: 1-03993-04
So have fun now with the Talk to the Wilson recorder and see you next week.
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