Summary: When I opened the box, I found that there were very few start-up instructions. Thankfully, using the device is pretty intuitive; you can find more detailed instructions online about all the neat little 'picky' features on the device, but the basic use of it is pretty simple to figure out.
Summary: I have been trying to find a way to use this easily and I don't seem to be able to train the software as well as I would like. Perhaps there are only certain accents that work really well? It is usable but I have to do a lot of editing and rewriting to make the final copy as good as I want.
Summary: A digital recorder that can transcribe voice to text, sounds perfect right? You would be half-right. So let me start by talking about the record itself. This works great. The microphone has picked up a variety of sounds with no trouble which includes my dictation, my whispers, recordings in the car,...
Summary: Why choose this recorder over another? The fact that it includes a scaled down version of Dragon Naturally Speaking might appeal to you. Just think of it: you record your voice (notes, memos, your next novel), plug this into a computer, and your spoken voice is automatically transcribed.
A very capable basic recorder (with my favorite feature) and Dragon (lite and old)
Bob Tobias, Amazon
11 August 2013
Summary: THE RECORDER ============= Audio: Audio quality and lots of capacity - You can record in MP3 (4 quality settings) and "Even-Higher-Quality WAV. The higher the quality the larger the recording and the less you can fit into memory.