The new Olympus DP-10 Digital Audio Recorder is being touted as a true successor to the original microcassette recorders of yore. It features the same simple design of the original analog recorders, but this time around it has got the benefits of a modern day digital recorder – built-in memory, better recording quality, battery life and storage capacity. The DP-10 is about the size of a deck of cards and sports a 1.78″ LCD screen, and is designed to attract users who are still using microcassette recorders and have yet to jump to digital. The DP-10 also boasts a 63 hour battery life and unto 131 hours of recording. It will retail for $34.99.