Agreed, but there is one exception; folks who have a hard time hearing higher frequencies can't always hear the CED 7000 well. I have a CED 7000, CED 8000 and a CE Pocket Pro II. They all have some neat features (like the headset option on the 8000) but none of them seems to be perfect for everyone.
I don't particularly care for having to keep the 8000 open while using it, but the larger display is handy, it has a good, lower frequency tone and two volume settings in addition to the headset option.
For most folks I say get the 7000 and be done with it...small, light, works great and the battery goes forever on a charge....unless the frequency thing is a problem and then the Pocket Pro II is a good alternative, although the display is a bit smaller. R,
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