#122072 - 12/07/0303:28 AMAnnounced July 16th: shipping never
I should know better, but I am really wanting this product...since there is nothing really like it on the market...but what I find unreal is that it was announced almost 5 months ago for preorder.....and still, the product does not exist. Apparently they are using the same time-to-market model as Halo.<br><br><img src=http://www.andpop.com/images/radioshark.gif><br><br>
#122076 - 12/07/0306:05 AMRe: Announced July 16th: shipping never
Aware of their reputation, I did not preorder. If it ever makes it to a store shelf, I will buy it in person (from somewhere with a 100% guaranteed, no questions asked return policy, in case it sucks.)<br><br>
Probably a good idea. I did buy the iMic for myself and my sister and we both love it. I think they make some nice things, but that delay is just ridiculous. I bet the next time they announce a product (maybe this MWSF) at least a few people laugh in their face.<br><br>
I bought a radio/tape walkman for 10 USD. I connected to the mic with a jack-to-jack cable and loaded the free Audio In 1.0.3 and I program it to record anything at a given time. It saves the aiff file to the desktop, you just need to import to iTunes and convert to AAC. It's very simple and very cheap!<br><br>"I think that gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman."
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#122080 - 12/07/0310:47 AMRe: Announced July 16th: shipping never
That is essentially what I have now, but I would like to have something that is USB-powered and is more integrated with the computer, so I don't have to think about recording anything. According to their advertising, you can program it like a Tivo, which would be heavenly (if the product existed.)<br><br>
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