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ViaVoice Pro USB Edition 10

If you want the best that money can buy in speech recognition, IBM's ViaVoice Pro USB Edition 10 is it. The program's improved speech-recognition engine records dictation accurately more than 96 percent of the time, and reacts to voice commands faster than the competition does. So if you're serious about consumer-targeted voice recognition, upgrade now for £39.67 (ex. VAT; £46.61 inc. VAT). If you're new to speech recognition, put your money down (£80.54 ex. VAT; £94.64 inc. VAT) for this best-of-breed speech engine. It's worth every penny.
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