What the crap? What a terrible design. Being small is great for those niche moments where that's what's needed, but I see 3 major flaws with this product even before I have a chance to use it: 1) It comes in 2 pieces, given that may be a "+" if you need the small size, but this is a double-edge sword. Small things fit in small, unretrievable spaces; lose half this thing and you're stuck hoping the app for it can do everything the part you lost did. 2) No outputs/inputs other than the MicroUSB connector that they dongle-fied to give you the one and only way to get sound directly from the device, meanwhile robbing you of the ability to charge it. And 3) is an expansion of number 2: "no inputs /outputs" as in no extra physical connections. It possibly has the ability to work with more wireless devices; a BT microphone perhaps? But the major shortcoming in my opinion is the lack of expandable storage. TF cards are getting cheaper all the time and offer massive amounts of capacity. Not using the tiny bit of additional real estate for this purpose is a major oversight in my opinion. They could build-in a wireless method I suppose, that transmits the recording in progress to a larger capacity device -say, a laptop nearby via WiFi. Then your only limiting factor would be battery life. Digital cameras have been doing this in Japan for quite some time. However, As it is, this would be good for spying and taking brief notes. My thing is, I'm lazy about proper house keeping. If I can just copy the TF card to my computer fine or if I can get all the files wirelessly somewhere where it's not slowly choking-off my available onboard capacity, fine. But keeping up with another thing is not something I would be willing to invest so much money for. I see this as a great idea with a poor execution.