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This has been a great product so far. I got it today set it up in about 20 minutes and dictated my first essay in about half the time it normally takes to type it. I did struggle with the use of the program a little but this was mostly me not understanding how to use it complelty. I still need to read the instructions, I guess that is a good statement in how easy it is to use.
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.
As an adult college student, the typing req'd for classes can get tedious and even cause hand fatigue. Dragon helps a lot. It's not perfect. You still have to double-check and correct some things it doesn't get on the first go. And it's critical you be willing to invest the up front time to train it to your voice and speaking style. The more you use it, the better it gets in terms of accuracy. Highly recommend you allow it to scan your written materials on the PC, too. Mine picked up all kinds of technical and scientific jargon I need to use, but that wouldn't ordinarily be part of its lexicon. I was astonished at how often it got those terms correct, even some of the acronyms, after the scan and training. It can be a memory hog on the computer, so it's important you have a newer system with a good amount of Ram installed. I've used it on my Toshiba netbook, which has 2 Gb and it does okay as long as I don't have but one other program open. My desktop PC has 6GB and is a real workhorse. It can handle the Dragon and 2-3 programs running simultaneously, which is often necessary for some of my school projects. It works well with MS Office. I use it with Onenote for consolidating my class notes or for dictating notes while I'm reading assigned textbook materials and it's terrific. Saves me having to stop all the time to grab my pen and notepad. It's the best voice recognition software on the market and was well worth the investment for me.
I had tried Dragon Naturally Speaking a long time ago and was not impressed. The current version is a much improved speech recognition engine. I bought it to write out some brainstorming for college work and it works pretty well. Make sure you train it on the not so common words.