For Retro Skype Serenades?

By: TechnoGadget - Published: Sep 1, 2008 • References: geekalerts
Some people really just have a thing for retro. If you are one of them, this USB microphone is perfect for you.

This 1960s USB microphone uses radio-frequency identification; no wires are used. The microphone can be brought as far as three meters away from the USB port, so you can serenade your screen from a bit of a distance too.

The mic supports Windows XP, Vista and Mac OSX. It measures 80 x 80 x 160 mm and weighs 149 g. An on/off button can be found directly on it. 

Because of its radio-frequency identification, it has no wires which is good when the user feels like moving with the beat. There’s no need to worry about tripping over the wires! Stats for 1960's USB Microphones Trending: Older & Chilly
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