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!
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- By: TechnoGadgetSep 1, 2008