PersonalAssistant-4x recording rod

A PersonalAssistant-4x

The PersonalAssistant-4x recording rod was a recording rod manufactured by the Tagge Company. It cost only thirty credits.


The PersonalAssistant-4x was a typical recording rod that recorded and played audio and visual images. It had a recording time of one hundred hours. The data was stored in chips or storage crystals and the recording material played in two-dimensions on a screen on the exterior of the rod. Data ports allowed the rod to interface with computers and datapads, and interpolation coding allowed computers to extrapolate the two-dimensional data into near-authentic holgraphic images.