Voice Recognition Technologies, Inc., Computer Voice Systems Division
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Woodmere, New York 11598
Telephone: 516-295-3632 or 516-295-3230.
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Discontinued products manufactured by Voice Recognition Technologies, Inc., Computer Voice Systems Division (listed alphabetically)
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Voicebox is a system that permits IBM PC computers to be operated by vocal commands. Voicebox consists of a half card that fits in one expansion slot (8 bits), a hand-held microphone, voice recognition software, an instruction manual, and a tutorial diskette. The user trains the software to recognize her voice for up to 500 words or short phrases per application (e.g., 500 for running a word processing program, 500 for running a spreadsheet, etc.); each "word" may represent up to 754 keystrokes. Once a set of words or phrases (called a "template") for a specific application has been trained, the template may be invoked and use to run DOS-based software. Other than the voice training, no programming is required to use Voicebox. Multiple users can be accommodated; the number of users and templates is limited by the amount of hard disk space. Voicebox is $750; a headset microphone is available for $150. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 Models 25/30, and IBM PC computers.