Pros: Command structure most flexible and requires least amount
of exact memorization, very good undo capabilities, clear manuals,
slick and professional mobile recording device.
Cons: Very weak macro capability, poor recognition engine feedback,
lacks recorded voice playback, so-so accuracy.
Installation and Initial Enrollment
The installation process left 21 MB of files in the Windows temp
directory, but was otherwise smooth. You can use Voice Xpress
without enrollment training, although accuracy is just fair. The
minimum enrollment training session takes about six minutes (although
L&H strongly recommends more).
Enrollment has some unfinished spots. Sometimes it stalls with
no indication while you re-dictate a phrase. Our testers also
complained about some ambiguously labeled buttons, inconsistent
use of typeface in instructions, and failure to restore background
images after dialog words disappeared.
In practice, we found that additional training beyond the six
minutes helped accuracy somewhat.
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