Revolabs Intros Desktop Wireless Mic System at InfoComm

Anaheim, CA (June 21, 2007)--Revolabs, Inc. introduced the company's new xTag Microphone System at InfoComm07. Featuring plug-and-play connectivity to personal computers, the Revolabs xTag Microphone System uses a clip-on, wearable design for wireless audio performance in the individual workspace. Featuring full duplex audio, eight hours of talk time, and a range of 20 meters (66 ft.), the new xTag microphone is aimed for use in numerous applications, including VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), podcasting, and voice lift (sound reinforcement) for presenters and recording.
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Anaheim, CA (June 21, 2007)--Revolabs, Inc. introduced the company's new xTag Microphone System at InfoComm07. Featuring plug-and-play connectivity , the Revolabs xTag Microphone System uses a clip-on, wearable design for wireless audio performance in the individual workspace. Featuring full duplex audio, eight hours of talk time, and a range of 20 meters (66 ft.), the new xTag microphone is aimed for use in numerous applications, including VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), podcasting, and voice lift (sound reinforcement) for presenters and recording.

The xTag Microphone System consists of a base station, two-way audio (full duplex) xTag microphone, an earbud, a lanyard, plus a USB cable for interconnection to a computer. In addition to storing and charging the microphone, the xTag's base station also serves as the wireless relay into a personal computer, at which point, the microphone can be interfaced with Internet-based communication tools such as Skype and Google Talk, among others. Featuring 128-bit encrypted audio, the xTag Microphone System is also a solution for keeping one's conversations secure.

With the xTag microphone's clip-on/wearable design and an operating range of 20 meters from the base station, the system eliminates the restriction of being tethered via a microphone cable. Revolabs' new xTag Microphone System is compatible with both the Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems.

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