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The primary responsibility or task of a private investigator is to conduct surveillance and collect data from their target. It is occasionally unavoidable that the private investigator has to perform details gathering from the target person himself or herself or to the acquaintances or relatives of the target individual. However so that you can avoid detection from the target individual the private investigator must conduct his or her interview in the most discreet manner. Bringing out a pen and paper or the use of conventional audio recorders would immediately spark suspicion this method of information gathering wouldn't be efficient and thus it would only generate danger to the safety of the private investigator or private detective.

Because of the must conduct and gather audio data, while avoiding detection, was the reason that the pen recorder was developed. The pen voice recorder is actually a recorder that is disguised as a pen, which would enable the private detectives to conduct their investigation in a discreet manner. The Pen Recorder could be on a stand-by and activated to a record state with all the subtle movement of the clip, which needless to say would not spark any suspicion and you can readily turn it back to stand by as a way to keep away from recording any unnecessary conversations.

One of the best features of the Pen Recorder is that it has a voice activation property, which would permit the pen to record as soon as it “hears” a sound. This voice activation property would enable private investigators and private detectives to collect information in a particular location even without having being in the exact same location as the target individual. The distinct recordings are readily played back and listened to through the supplied earpiece and by means of a PC playback.

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