ProCAT Stenopaq I & II

ProCAT Stenopaq
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ProCAT introduced its first of many writers to follow at the 1986 NSRA convention in Boston, MA. This writer was first of its kind and the only writer which incorporated the first generation of nonvolatile memory modules thus ensuring the integrity of the notes. Furthermore, the new Stenopaq offered an instant realtime transmission thus allowing the new ProCAT realtime transcriptions software, which was also introduced at this convention, to display the testimony instantly. This writer was based on the StenoLectric writer and it was available as a brand new unit from ProCAT or as a conversion for existing owners of the StenoLectric writers.
Stenopaq II was built on the success of the original Stenopaq, but it offered removable memory card. The removable cards enable our clients to write for days without running out of memory or in most cases the to re-charge the writer. This was first generation of memory cards offering security and integrity to ensure proper storage of notes. The completion was using volatile memory (RAM) to store notes. RAM memory was subject to many failures.

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