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Discontinued products manufactured by Votan (listed alphabetically)
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Voice Card is a plug-in circuit card for the IBM-PC and compatibles that provides the capability to enter data and commands by voice. Utterances of more than one word can be recognized when spoken continuously (without pauses). The card's memory can store up to 300 continuous voice templates and up to 425 isolated (one-word) voice templates. Additional templates can be stored in the computer's memory and retrieved when needed. The computer's keyboard continues to operate while the Voice Card is engaged. The Voice Card can also digitize, store, and play back speech, so pre-recorded speech output can also be added to programs with the card. Input and output for the Voice card can be transmitted via telephone. Software options available for the Voice Card include VoiceKey (a program that allows a single utterance to trigger a sequence of up to 80 characters) and a Software Development Toolkit that allows the development of various custom applications. The card is $1800; a package, including software, is available for $2700. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: An extra disk drive and 256K of RAM. DIMENSIONS: 13.3 x 3.9 inches.
VTR 6050 SERIES II
--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The VTR 6050 Series II voice terminal is a device that allows voice to be used as input to any computer accepting RS-232 input. The user programs the VTR 6050 unit to associate certain utterances with strings of ASCII characters (up to 30 characters in length). These strings can then be sent to the host computer as RS-232 input. Up to 20 strings can be stored in a buffer before being transmitted. Individual vocabularies of utterances can contain up to 150 words apiece; the number of potential vocabularies is limited only by the amount of memory accessible to the VTR 6050. The VTR 6050 can also accept and execute commands sent from the host computer, and can digitize, store, and play back voice messages. Input and output can be sent via telephone. The VTR also has a built-in floppy drive for extra vocabulary storage. POWER: 120V AC. DIMENSIONS: 3 x 14.9 x 15.5 inches. WEIGHT: 12 pounds.