7/31/2014 – How well does this apply to Macs? Margaret Philp
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Although there are a few resources related to Macs, the overwhelming majority of information on the "key" pertains to Windows based speech recognition. You can find most of our Mac resources on the Mac area of our main support page which can be reached at: http://www.speechrecsolutions.com/tutorials.html#macuser
7/10/2014 – What is this product and does it work?Diane
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: The product is the small pictured thumb drive which can be placed on a key chain and inserted in a USB port on your computer. The key or thumb drive does not interact with Dragon or do anything directly to assist in the functioning or accuracy of Dragon. Less than 1GB of the drive is allotted to a variety of speech recognition resources, including our recently (electronically) published book on DMPE2, a video guide to Dragon (1 hour long tutorial), a bunch of "how-to" tutorials, and more. Although freely available elsewhere on our site and elsewhere (including Nuance), the drive assembles a bunch of official user guides, workbooks, administrative, guides, etc. related to Dragon. Finally, the drive includes some commands (mostly beneficial for the medical provider) that can be imported into your professional, legal or medical version of Dragon. So again, regarding your question, the thumb drive or "key" doesn't actually do anything. It's just a repository of useful information for the Dragon user.
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