Repetitive stress issues like carpal tunnel make the things other people take for granted impossible for you. Like typing up a report or completing a spreadsheet or sending an email. That takes a more permanent solution than a wrist brace. What you need to do is quit typing and start talking.
Dragon turns your voice into text, transcribing up to 160 words a minute. Just speak and the words appear on the computer screen, instantly. So you can do what you need to without touching your keyboard or mouse.
Stop the pain and frustration of typing and use your voice to create and edit documents, send email and more.
Control your mouse. Using commands such as “move mouse lower left” and “mouse double-click,” you have the ability to create a mouse click action – simply by speaking.
Control your desktop applications. At any time, use your voice to open an item located on your desktop. For instance, to open a folder called “projects,” simply say “open projects.”
Control your keyboard. With commands like, “press enter,” press escape,” or “press down,” you have the ability to execute a keystroke – with your spoken words.
Limit manual actions. If you need to make a calculation such as “search Google for 87 divided by 52”, that entails a lot of uncomfortable keystrokes, for example, simply tell Dragon and it searches for you.
Life in the grid with Dragon: Cory Lamle
"Not only has Dragon helped my tendinitis from significantly less typing, but I’ve been able to enhance my workflows and processes so much that I feel like I actually hired an internal virtual assistant."
Freedom to Concentrate on Writing: Evan Upchurch
"I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and I was absolutely terrified about what it might do to me...Dragon freed me to concentrate on my writing and not my hands."
Stop the pain of typing and turn talk into text.
Use you voice to control you computer without pain and frustration.
Mac uses no longer need to struggle with computer tasks. Accomplish it all using your voice.
Remove the biomechanics of typing or handwriting, and reduce most workplace challenges people with physical or learning disabilities encounter.