Yamaha's new portable conference system uses a 12-microphone array to capture sound. Eight of these microphones are located in movable arms that could open to better fit the position of the people around a table. The 9 x6 x 1.33-inch, echo-canceling Yamaha PJP-25UR also has two built-in speakers for a total cost in Japan of $550, ninja suit not included. [Impress PC Watch]
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