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Very Affordable, High Quality Mini Digital Key Ring Voice Recorder

Only 2½ Inches High, Weighing Less Than 1 Oz., Plays Back Anywhere

Made To Be Hung On A Car Key Ring, Slipped Into A Pocket Or Purse,
Hung On A Hook Beside The Bed, Easily Going Wherever You Go
High Quality Mini Digital Key Ring Voice Recorder

Marietta GA, February 13, 2013 – A very small, simple to use, new digital mini voice recorder is now available from ExackTM LLC that can be played back anywhere. Unlike most small voice recorders, MemClickTM does not need to be plugged into a computer USB port and will still give high quality sound, at controllable levels. It measures only 2½ inches high, 1¼ inches wide and a ½ inch thick and weighs less than 1 oz. And at $29.95, it is very affordable. Using MemClick is also easy. With one finger, it can make a voice recording or playback, up to 8 minutes. Memos can instantly be located in three folders (red, yellow and green) for prioritizing, with lighted buttons and played back. It can record up to 60 memos on a single battery charge that will last for weeks. The MemClick, manufactured in the USA, connects to any USB port for recharging and the rechargeable battery and USB cable are included.

There are basically two types of portable voice recorders, cassette and digital. Digital voice recorders are much easier to use than cassettes, because there‘s no need to rewind them endlessly to find a particular recorded section to play back and there’s no tape to jam or wear out as with other cassette audio recorders. And MemClick records or plays without having to look at it while driving. But what good is any audio recorder, if you don’t have it with you when you need it?

The uses for MemClick are endless.
● Doctor recommended memory help for Alzheimer’s support, short term memory loss, MS or stroke victims.
● Make lists; shopping list, honey-do list, measurements and many more.
● On car key rings, Record driving directions; have detailed instructions all the way; On-the-go memos to yourself; Contact information.
● Never spend time in the rain again hunting for a car in a crowded parking lot. Record the row location.
● Hang it on a refrigerator as a family member locator. Each family member can leave an intended destination and return time.
● In bed, no need to hunt paper and pen, place it on a night-stand for bed-side notes, phone numbers, and ideas.
● Keep it with the TV remote to note TV ad info such as advertised product phone number and web site address.
● The MemClick makes a perfect trade show promotional give-away or gift and is also for people who have everything, but can’t remember where they left it.

To get more information on MemClick, please go to http://www.memclick.biz

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If you’d like more information, please call Michael Sherman at 662-893-8360 or send an email to Michael_Sherman@Exack.biz

About Exack:

Exack is a Christian operated company based out of Marietta, GA. Focusing primarily on electronics, Exack was founded by an engineer who loves to think outside of the box and to find ways to solve problems to help others. The founder is a man who loves Jesus, is an avid photographer, and has an unusual fondness for garlic. Just your typical guy next door . . . who loves to invent things.

MemClick all began with the idea for an easy and quick way to remember all of those little things in life that get lost in the busyness of life. After searching the stores and trying multiple devices out there, he discovered that there wasn’t anything that really helped. So, an experienced engineer and inventor with several patents under his belt began to try to create that very thing right out of his basement. With the input of many other really smart people, MemClick was born and suddenly remembering things became a whole lot easier.

Mini Digital Voice Recorder Offers Memory Help For Alzheimer’s Support, Short Term Memory Loss, Dementia, MS Or Stroke Victims

Mini Digital Voice Recorder

Mini Digital Voice Recorder

On Their Key Ring Or Attached To Their Pocketbook,
When They Leave Home, MemClickTM Stays With Them

Marietta GA, February 4, 2013 – ExackTM LLC has launched its new high quality digital mini voice recorder, MemClickTM. Digital voice recorders are recommended by doctors to relieve the stress of memory loss for victims who have a hard time remembering. Made to be hung on a car key ring, slipped into a pocket or purse, hung on a lanyard necklace, or placed beside a bed, this very small voice recorder measures only 2½ inches high, 1¼ inches wide and a ½ inch thick and weighs less than 1 oz, so it’s always available. And at $29.95, it’s very affordable. Simple to use, with one finger, it can make a voice recording or playback high quality sound, at controllable levels anywhere. No need to plug it into a computer to play back. MemClick records up to 8 minutes and can instantly locate notes from three folders (red, yellow and green) with lighted buttons and play them back. It can record up to 60 memos, and a single battery charge will last for weeks. The MemClick, manufactured in the USA, connects to any USB port for recharging (rechargeable battery and USB cable are included).

There are basically two types of portable voice recorders, cassette and digital. Digital voice recorders are much easier to use than cassettes, because there‘s no need to rewind them endlessly to find a particular recorded section to play back and there’s no tape to jam or wear out as with cassette audio recorders. And MemClick records or plays without having to look at it while driving. But what good is any audio recorder, if you don’t have it with you when you need it?

The uses for MemClick are endless.
● Memory help for Alzheimer’s support, short term memory loss, MS or stroke victims.
● Make lists; shopping list, honey-do list, measurements and many more.
● On car key rings, Record driving directions; have detailed instructions all the way; On-the-go memos to yourself; Contact information.
● Never spend time in the rain again hunting for a car in a crowded parking lot. Record the row location.
● Hang it on a refrigerator as a family member locator. Each family member can leave an intended destination and return time.
● In bed, no need to hunt paper and pen, place it on a night-stand for bed-side notes, phone numbers, and ideas.
● Keep it with the TV remote to note TV ad info such as advertised product phone number and web site address.
● The MemClick makes a perfect trade show promotional give-away or gift and is also for people who have everything, but can’t remember where they left it.

To make MemClick more accessible, one accessory available is an extension/retraction cord. The cord holder clips easily with a spring-loaded clip to anything. The key ring nylon cord extends out 24″. It has a latch with an easy spring release. A split key ring is attached. It is manufactured from metal and plastic. The dimensions are (approx): 1-3/8″ wide, 2-1/4″ long and 1/2″ thick.

To get more information on MemClick, please go to http://www.memclick.biz

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If you’d like more information, please call Michael Sherman at 662-893-8360 or send an email to Michael_Sherman@Exack.biz

About Exack:

Exack is a Christian operated company based out of Marietta, GA. Focusing primarily on electronics, Exack was founded by an engineer who loves to think outside of the box and to find ways to solve problems to help others. The founder is a man who loves Jesus, is an avid photographer, and has an unusual fondness for garlic. Just your typical guy next door . . . who loves to invent things.

MemClick all began with the idea for an easy and quick way to remember all of those little things in life that get lost in the busyness of life. After searching the stores and trying multiple devices out there, he discovered that there wasn’t anything that really helped. So, an experienced engineer and inventor with several patents under his belt began to try to create that very thing right out of his basement. With the input of many other really smart people, MemClick was born and suddenly remembering things became a whole lot easier.

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Small Digital Voice Recorder Offers Memory Help That’s Always With You

MemClick Mini Voice Recorder

When You Leave Home, MemClickTM Leaves With You

Small Digital Voice Recorder
Offers Memory Help That’s Always With You

On Your Key Ring Or Attached To Your Pocketbook,
When You Leave Home, MemClickTM Leaves With You

Marietta GA, January 15, 2013 – ExackTM LLC has launch its new high quality digital mini voice recorder, MemClickTM. At $29.95, it fills the niche between expensive voice recorders and toys. On a key ring or attached to a pocketbook, it’s always available. Simple to use, with one finger, it can make a voice recording or playback high quality sound, at controllable levels anywhere. No need to plug it into a computer to play back. Made to be hung on a car key ring, slipped into a pocket or purse or hung on a hook beside a bed, this very small voice recorder measures only 2½ inches high, 1¼ inches wide and a ½ inch thick and weighs less than 1 oz. MemClick records up to 8 minutes and you can instantly locate notes from three folders (red, yellow and green) with lighted buttons and play them back. It can record up to 60 memos on a single battery charge that will last for weeks. The MemClick, manufactured in the USA, connects to any USB port for recharging (rechargeable battery and USB cable are included).

There are basically two types of portable voice recorders, cassette and digital. Digital voice recorders are much easier to use than cassettes, because there‘s no need to rewind them endlessly to find a particular recorded section to play back and there’s no tape to jam or wear out as with other cassette audio recorders. And MemClick records or plays without having to look at it while driving. But what good is any audio recorder, if you don’t have it with you when you need it?

The uses for MemClick are endless.
● Memory help for Alzheimer’s support, short term memory loss or stroke victims
● Make lists; shopping list, honey-do list, measurements and many more.
● On car key rings, Record driving directions; have detailed instructions all the way; On-the-go memos to yourself; Contact information.
● Never spend time in the rain again hunting for a car in a crowded parking lot. Record the row location.
● Hang it on a refrigerator as a family member locator. Each family member can leave an intended destination and return time.
● In bed, no need to hunt paper and pen, place it on a night-stand for bed-side notes, phone numbers, and ideas.
● Keep it with the TV remote to note TV ad info such as advertised product phone number and web site address.
● The MemClick makes a perfect trade show promotional give-away or gift and is also for people who have everything, but can’t remember where they left it.

To make MemClick more accessible, one accessory available is an extension/retraction cord. The cord holder clips easily with a spring-loaded clip to anything. The key ring nylon cord extends out 24″. It has a latch with an easy spring release. A split key ring is attached. It is manufactured from metal and plastic. The dimensions are (approx): 1-3/8″ wide, 2-1/4″ long and 1/2″ thick. The price is $4.95 and includes shipping.

To get more information on MemClick, please go to http://www.memclick.biz

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If you’d like more information, please call Michael Sherman at 662-893-8360 or send an email to Michael_Sherman@Exack.biz

About Exack:

Exack is a Christian operated company based out of Marietta, GA. Focusing primarily on electronics, Exack was founded by an engineer who loves to think outside of the box and to find ways to solve problems to help others. The founder is a man who loves Jesus, is an avid photographer, and has an unusual fondness for garlic. Just your typical guy next door . . . who loves to invent things.

MemClick all began with the idea for an easy and quick way to remember all of those little things in life that get lost in the busyness of life. After searching the stores and trying multiple devices out there, he discovered that there wasn’t anything that really helped. So, an experienced engineer and inventor with several patents under his belt began to try to create that very thing right out of his basement. With the input of many other really smart people, MemClick was born and suddenly remembering things became a whole lot easier.

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Finally, An Inexpensive Small Digital Voice Recorder That’s Not A Toy

MemClick Mini Digital Voice Recorder

Never Forget Anything Again With Fingertip Memory Played Back Anywhere

Marietta GA, December 12, 2012 – ExackTM LLC announced today, the launch of its new high quality digital micro voice recorder, MemClickTM. At $29.95, it fills the niche between expensive voice recorders and toys. It replaces a note pad and pencil as a memory companion and you can take it with you anywhere. MemClick is a very simple mini voice recorder to use. With one finger, you can make a voice recording and playback high quality sound, at controllable levels. No need to plug it into a computer to play back. Made to be hung on a car key ring, slipped into a pocket or purse or hung on a lanyard, this very small voice recorder measures only 2½ inches high, 1¼ inches wide and a ½ inch thick and weighs less than 1 oz. MemClick records up to 8 minutes and you can instantly locate notes from three folders (red, yellow and green) with lighted buttons and play them back. It can record up to 60 memos and on a single battery charge will last for weeks. The rechargeable battery and USB cable are included. The MemClick, manufactured in the USA, connects to any USB port for recharging. A green light on the MemClick shows when it is recharging and also when fully charged.

There are basically two types of portable voice recorders, cassette and digital. Digital voice recorders are much easier to use than cassettes, because there‘s no need to rewind them endlessly to find a particular recorded section to play back and there’s no tape to jam or wear out as with other cassette audio recorders. And MemClick records or plays without having to look at it while driving.

The uses for MemClick are endless. ● Make lists; shopping list, honey-do list, measurements and many more. ● On car key rings, Record driving directions; have detailed instructions all the way; On-the-go memos to yourself; Contact information. ● Never spend time in the rain again hunting for a car in a crowded parking lot. Record the row location. ● Hang it on a refrigerator as a family member locator. Each family member can leave an intended destination and return time. ● In bed, no need to hunt paper and pen, place it on a night-stand for bed-side notes, phone numbers, ideas. ● Keep it with the TV remote to note TV ad info such as advertised product phone number and web site address. ● The MemClick makes a perfect trade show promotional give-away or gift and is also for people who have everything, but can’t remember where they left it.

To make MemClick more accessible, one accessory available is an extension/retraction cord. The cord holder clips easily with a spring-loaded clip to anything. The key ring nylon cord extends out 24″. It has a latch with an easy spring release. A split key ring is attached. It is manufactured from metal and plastic. The dimensions are (approx): 1-3/8″ wide, 2-1/4″ long and 1/2″ thick. The price is $4.95 and includes shipping.

To get more information on MemClick, please go to http://www.memclick.biz

###

If you’d like more information, please call Michael Sherman at 662-893-8360 or send an email to Michael_Sherman@Exack.biz

About Exack:

Exack is a Christian operated company based out of Marietta, GA. Focusing primarily on electronics, Exack was founded by an engineer who loves to think outside of the box and to find ways to solve problems to help others. The founder is a man who loves Jesus, is an avid photographer, and has an unusual fondness for garlic. Just your typical guy next door . . . who loves to invent things.

MemClick all began with the idea for an easy and quick way to remember all of those little things in life that get lost in the busyness of life. After searching the stores and trying multiple devices out there, he discovered that there wasn’t anything that really helped. So, an experienced engineer and inventor with several patents under his belt began to try to create that very thing right out of his basement. With the input of many other really smart people, MemClick was born and suddenly remembering things became a whole lot easier.

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How To Choose A Marketing Consultant For The Wholesale Consumer Electronics Industry For A Small Business With A Small Budget

Memphis Tennessee, April 27 – If you’re in the wholesale consumer electronics industry, finding a good experienced marketing consultant or public relations consultant will have a profound effect on the future of your business. This is particularly true if your marketing budget is small. more

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NEW SECURITY SURVEILLANCE BUNDLE ON SALE TO RESELLERS FROM PAM DISTRIBUTING™ AND SEESTATION™ WELL BELOW COMPARABLE INDUSTRY PRICES

The Basic Security Surveillance DVR

Serving 4 cameras, with up to 30 total fps NTSC, and a 250GB HD (Upgradable) Uses
? Home Security
? Small Offices
? Small Stores

Save Hundreds Of Dollars And Get Free Shipping On SeeStation N-1 Security Bundle Which Includes Basic 250GB HDD DRV, 2 Sony Indoor and 2 Outdoor Cameras And Your Choice Of 4 Balun Connections, Terminal Or RJ45

Tulsa, Oklahoma, January 8, – Pam Distributing, a warehousing electronics industry wholesaler, announced today that it has put its proprietary SeeStation Basic Security Surveillance Bundle on sale during January. Randy Walker, owner of PAM Distributing and SeeStation said, “We are currently looking for top quality Dealers, Distributors, Installers, Integrators and Contractors in different areas to partner with us on our entire SeeStation line. We see surveillance as a major opportunity over the coming more

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NOW AVAILABLE TO RESELLERS – THE ONLY ANALOG/IP AUDIO/VIDEO SURVEILLANCE DVR IN THE INDUSTRY FIELD SERVICEABLE AND UPGRADABLE

Security Cameras

Cameras to fit any situation: Analog / IP, Indoor / Outdoor, Vandalproof / Water Resistant, Color / Black and White / IR, Hidden / Mini / Full PTZ and Low Resolution / High Resolution

Now Available To Resellers From PAM Distributing™ And SeeStation™ In 5 Configurations For Home To Large Enterprise Security

Tulsa, Oklahoma, November 23, – Pam Distributing, a warehousing electronics industry wholesaler, announced today that it is offering, for distribution and sale by new Dealers, Distributors, Installers, Integrators and Contractors, the next level in video surveillance from SeeStation. SeeStation just introduced their new multi-featured security solution DVR series. more

Stop wasting Time or Money on Work From Home scams. Learn the Secrets of the thriving multi-billion dollar Surplus Industry

Surplus! Surplus what? The same government agencies, industrial and commercial businesses that are laying off workers in this economic downturn, are selling surplus inventory of virtually every description, available in almost unbelievable quantities, on a year-round basis. And they’re selling it for pennies on the dollar. Why? They would rather not “advertise? that they have products they did not use, bought by mistake, could not sell or that were returned for one reason or another. They want to move this surplus as discretely as possible. And they don’t like to make a lot of noise doing so. more

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BITWISE CONTROLS™ MANUFACTURER OF NETWORKED CONTROL SYSTEMS LAUNCHES DEALER PROGRAM FOR CUSTOM INTEGRATION FIRMS

Offers Increased Technical Support, Multiple Custom Options And Profitability From New All-In-One Networked Peripherals

September 8, 2008, Larkspur, CO – BitWise Controls announced today their new direct-dealer program, designed to offer increased technical support and profitability to professional systems integrators. Integrators can incorporate the new BC4™ standards-based control system network interface as an integral part of their custom installations in commercial, industrial, educational, and residential markets. The BC4 will offer dealers the options and advantages of installing IP-based software and control systems with modular I/O Expansion, Power-Over-Ethernet and robust Two-Way TCP or UDP Communications, to control and monitor virtually any hardware device available today, anywhere. more

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Up-Grade To A Newer Digital Off-Air Antenna

Most TV consumers think of antennas as low-tech devices, but there is more behind some of the newer antenna designs than just bent metal and plastic. Many of the TV antenna designs on the market today, such as the Yagi and rabbit ears have technology roots going back 30 to 50 years or more. more

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