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Budget

These are the lowest priced recorders on the market but they can still be a great buy, depending on what you want to use them for.

Generally they are best suited for personal note taking but if you are looking for extra features at a bargain price, check out the individual reviews for a list of their specifications - you may well be pleasantly suprised

Best Bargain Basement: This is a fantastic entry level recorder, especially considering it has USB connectivity - allowing transfer of files to a pc.

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Sony BX700

This cheap and cheerful recorder is great value for money. The Sony ICD-BX700 weighs in at just 71g and comes with easy to use controls and crystal clear audio as well as capacity to store up to 280 hours of recording.

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Sanyo ICR-NT300 digital voice recorder

If you're looking for a no-frills and inexpensive digital voice recorder that is also practical and easy-to-use, this could be the one for you.

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Olympus VN-6500

Bargain basement: This is an entry level voice recorder from Olympus. It has a very low price tag and yet boasts 1GB of internal memory - making it a best buy for anyone wanting a straightforward notetaker.

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Sony ICD B500 digital voice recorder

The ICD-B500 voice recorder is portable note taker with 256 MB of flash memory - double the capacity of its predecessor.

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