Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Wireless 9 Reviews
Product Type: Nuance in Document Capture & Scanning
Description:Model ID A109F-WN4-9.0 / Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Wireless - ( v. 9 ) - complete package - 1 user - CD - Win - English / Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred 9 gives small business users and PC enthusiasts the power to create documents, reports, e-mails and more - all by ... more
Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Wireless 9 ... speaking! Fast, easy and amazingly accurate, it's over three times faster than typing. Just use your voice to dictate and edit in Microsoft Word and Excel, Corel WordPerfect, and virtually all Windows-based applications. You can even dictate into a handheld device when you're away from your PC, or use a Bluetooth microphone! It's never been easier to use - no script reading required, so you can get started right away!
Newest Review: ... time VERDICT I have also used DNS 7 and 8 and aside from the icon and Dragon Bar facelift and the company changing from ... more
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Customer Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Wireless 9 Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/11/07, updated on 19/11/07 (Very useful, 195 readings)
You have a report due soon and it needs to be typed up quick or you won't meet the line. You've been at the computer slaving yourself for hours so you decide to take a break but while in the kitchen making a snack, you cut yourself! Your hand hurts and you're left with one hand to type up the rest of the long report. You can only type half as quickly now and cannot finish on time, so what do you do? Use your feet of course! Err…no wait…I mean, your voice! Yes! Type using your voice and Nuance’s Dragon Naturally Speaking 9 (I'll call it DNS for short) will let you do just that! Now before you all start shouting at your keyboards and waiting for the ... Read the complete review