National Geographic : 1944 Jun
"IT'S SO EASY. You just settle back, completely relaxed, and in a natural, conversa tional voice talk your notes, memos and ideas to a microphone on your desk. It gives you new dictating freedom. Dictaphone calls it Electronic Dictation, but ... The microphone* picks up every word you speak . . . helps speed your ideas into action. What's more, Dictaphone Electronic Dictation records both ends of vital phone calls-facili tating prompt action on specifications, sched ules and technical data that would otherwise be difficult to take down and remember. Under proper conditions, it even records across-the desk conversations. You and your secretary can work independ ently. While you dictate, she is free to protect you from unnecessary interruptions and to do *A hand microphone is available for other than private office use. The word DICTAPHONE is th. machines and other sour other important work for you. Because Dicta phone recording is so clear, she'll find it easy to make letter-perfect transcriptions. Dictaphone engineers developed Electronic Dictation before the war. It has been tested and proved in Government and industry under war time pressure. Today this modern business method is available for essential uses. You'll be interested in our new booklet about Dictaphone Electronic Dictation. Write for it. DICTAPHONE CORPORATION, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. DICTAPHONE e registered trade-mark of Dictaphone Corporation, makers of dictating id recording and reproducing equipment bearing said trade-mark.