Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 Preferred Student Edition [Old Version]
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- Use speech to create documents, emails and interact with applications and devices
- Be more productive by creating documents 3 times faster than with typing.
- Students and staff with learning or physical disabilities can use speech to enhance their learning and control their computers.
- Accurately Turn Your Voice Into Text
- Fully Integrated with Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and Corel WordPerfect
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Detalles del producto
- Idioma : Inglés
- Dimensiones del paquete : 20.07 x 12.95 x 7.11 cm; 45.36 g
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 18 diciembre 2008
- Fabricante : Nuance Communications, Inc.
- Número de modelo del producto : A109A-F02-10.0
- ASIN : B001QJK9NW
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Descripción del producto
Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 Preferred gives small business and advanced PC users the power to create documents, reports, and emails, three times faster than most people type, and with up to 99% accuracy. Surf the Web by voice, or dictate and edit in Microsoft Word and Excel, Corel WordPerfect, and most other Windows-based applications. New Dragon Voice Shortcuts collapse common tasks into simple voice commands. Create custom commands to insert blocks of texts or images such as your name, title, and signature with a single voice command. Format and delete text faster than ever with Quick Voice Formatting. You can even dictate into a handheld device when you're away from your PC, or use a Bluetooth microphone. Most people speak over 120 words per minute, but type less than 40 words a minute. That means you can create documents and emails about three times faster with Dragon Naturally Speaking. Dragon Naturally Speaking never makes a spelling mistake, and it actually gets smarter the more you use it. Dragon Naturally Speaking installs quickly and requires no special script reading to train the system. On-screen help and tutorials will make you an expert user in no time. Use your voice to dictate, edit and control applications like Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook Express, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and AOL. Quickly search for information on the Web or on your own computer. Just say "Search the Web for global warming articles," "Search Wikipedia for George Washington Carver," or "Search eBay for Batman comic books." Searching the Web or your computer has never been faster - or easier. Dictate into any Nuance-certified handheld device for automatic transcription when you synch with your PC.
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I was a little worried about how well the software would understand me. I use to have a very early version of this software and it was nearly impossible to get it to recognize my speech enough to make it worth using, even after training. This time it worked right out of the box. Although when I have time I may try using the training part of the software just to be on the safe side.
THIS DOES INCLUDE A HEADSET. Amazon offers the program and a seperate headset but it is not needed. You may want to upgrade your headset though. Try the one that is included first. It did not fit me well so I will be upgrading but you may not need to.
Although it says this is a Preferred Student version - I was unaware what this meant. Basically, before I can use this product, I have to prove to a 3rd party (not Nuance) that I am a student. Well, I am not, but fortunately I do have several kids who are in college now. So maybe I will be able to use it.
But - I should have never bought this had it been made clear what was required. This is why Nuance is getting the brunt of this disgust..
Once you finally get your million number activation key and have registered your product, you can start the long process of training the program to know your voice. I just hope it is helpful in the months ahead because the start up process is just one big agrivation after another.
I haven't had alot of time to work with this and it wasn't as accurate as when I was dictating from a microphone, but that is probably because you would have to train DNS to understand you via the specific recorder you are using. I don't know how you would do that for an imported audio, but via a mike, you can read selected text to train DNS.
Still, was very happy with the transcription accuracy and speed into Word. I'm a relatively fast typist, so depending upon the format and wording of the original document, it may be quicker to just type the document. e.g. If you have a bunch of parentheses, quotes, special characters, or words that sound similar to commands.
*Oh, neither Standard or Preferred versions do very well, or at all, with voice commands for MS Outlook.