Updated 28th . While the program has potential the extreme learning curve required may put a lot of users off , me included . I have spent maybe 20 to 30 hours training it including letting it read all my old emails , blogs , webpage typing styles etc and it still has issues sometimes . If I was to continue using it I would also look at a different headset that is more stable and stays in place . I have trouble keeping the mouth piece in the same location especially wearing glasses .
I'm typing this test blog using Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 Wireless that I purchased from the Australian supplier and now testing it to see how it goes without having to use a keyboard. For what ever reason, keyboards and I don't get on anymore but that's another story .:)
I am "typing this, standing up", about 5 feet from the monitor with my arms crossed and using the Plantronics blue tooth headset that came in the kit.. I have only been using it for half a day, but I think, if you have a reasonably new PC, with enough guts to run the program ( read their specs and then add some ) , and enough time to "teach it " your personal idiosyncrasies it is a viable option for anybody with a slight impairment or worse , or anybody with poor typing skills that does a lot of typing . Budding authors , anyone that still "hunts and pecks " and the list goes on .
I will update this post then go online and edit, as and when I see any improvement in my technique.
Be patient ,
Try and learn Photoshop in a week , you have more chance of flying to the MOON !!!!!!...