(This whole review is done with Dragon I will not edit it at all)THIS REVIEW FOCUSES ON THE SOFTWARE OF DRAGON NOT THE BLUETOOTH HEADSETAs a quadriplegic standup comedian (okay I'm the cant stand up comic) I spent a lot of time doing voice dictation. I have been using Dragon naturally speaking since 1995 and I must say it is truly an amazing product and Dragon dictate 2.0 for Mac is the same. I will be adding to this review as I dig down into Dragon 2.0 and some of the editing and correction features. But f..
Yes, it is easy to train. If your application and the file you want to use are open and the mouse is where you want it, start speaking, and your words will appear as text before your very eyes. If you want more, you have a list of hundreds, if not thousands of commands to remember, some of which actually work. You can find those commands, and little else, in the User Manual. This is NOT a hands-free application. You will use your mouse, or you will sit and stare at your screen, trying command after com..
After using Dragon many years ago when it came bundled for free with new PCs, I was a little skeptical about voice recognition software. But I'm glad I gave it another try. With increasing time being spent at the keyboard, it is refreshing to know that I can still be productive even if I can't stand to type another word. I find the software particularly useful when I want to get ideas down on paper quickly, copy large portions of text from a paper document, when I am writing instructions for something an..