The Olympus VN-7200 is a digital recorder that can be used by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This portable recorder has three recording modes: HQ for high quality, and SP and LP for extended recording. The VN-7200 features sub band/CELP recording format and 78.5 hours of recording time for HQ mode, 202 hours for SP mode, and 1151 hours for LP mode using built-in 2-gigabyte (GB) flash memory. The overall frequency responses are between 150 Hz to 7.9 kHz for HQ mode, 300 Hz to 4.7 kHz for SP mode, and 300 Hz to 2.9 kHz for LP mode. Other features include a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen, index marks, four folders (200 messages per folder), a built-in 28-millimeter (mm) round dynamic speaker, a 3.5-mm microphone jack, and a 3.5-mm headphone jack. The Voice Activation function records only when the microphone senses sound. Slow Playback plays audio 25 percent slower and Fast Playback plays 50 percent faster than real time. OPTIONS: Carry case, headphones, microphones, wrist straps, and neck straps. POWER: Uses two AAA alkaline (LR03 or R03) (included) batteries or two AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (not included). Battery life in HQ mode is 68 hours for recording, 20 hours for playback using speaker, and 49 hours for playback using headphone; for SP mode is 86 hours for recording, 21 hours for playback using speaker, and 53 hours for playback using headphone; for LP mode is 57 hours for recording, 21 hours for playback using speaker, and 57 hours for playback using headphone. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 4.1 x 1.5 x 0.8 inches. WEIGHT: 2.3 ounces including batteries.