At this year's MacWorld, XtremeMac is introducing the Micromemo ditial voice recorder for the fourth generation iPod nano. Here is more info about this iPod accessory:
The Micromemo digital voice recorder for the fourth generation iPod nano inspires you to record and create. Features like the flexible, detachable and omni-directional mic let you capture sounds from anywhere in the room. A backing that encases the nano, not only holds the Micromemo upright during recording, but also offers added protection. Use it for fun or work. A built-in speaker makes playing back recordings to share with friends and co-workers convenient; and the ability to operate off the iPod nano?s battery, eliminates the need for an extra power adapter.
Interfacing with the Micromemo is extremely easy. The Micromemo is fully integrated into iPod nano?s simple menu, so you can control it from there. The recording time is displayed on your iPod nano screen in real-time, and an illuminated recording status indicator lets you know if the recorder is on. Managing your recordings is also a breeze. Recordings are saved on the iPod nano as .wav files. When you connect your iPod nano to the computer, the recording files are automatically detected by iTunes, which displays them according to date and time. Once imported into the computer, rename the files and use them to create podcasts and presentations or to add your commentary to videos and slideshows.
Micromemo?s clean lines and housing have also been customized to fit the contoured shape and eye-catching chromatic colors of Apple?s iPod nano. The Micromemo attaches right onto the iPod nano and the pair fits discretely in the palm of a hand.
The Micromemo also accepts other microphones with a 3.5mm plug, and can record audio directly from a computer or soundboard via line-in capabilities. The XtremeMac Micromemo complies with the precise performance standards established for Apple?s devices and bears the "Made for iPod" certification badge. Micromemo comes in black and will be available in for sale starting in March for a suggested retail price of $49.95.