I use Dragon software on the Sahara tablet and have done a couple You Tube Videos as well on using dictation through the dual array microphones, which means no headset...nice to have this option when in a semi quiet area and not have to worry about a headset. BD
Surgeons, radiologists and other specialists practicing battlefield medicine in Iraq are being outfitted with voice-recognition software to help them record their notes on patient care more quickly.
The Military Health System says the technology is particularly useful in combat zones, where doctors carry heavy patient loads. The software, Nuance Communications’ Dragon NaturallySpeaking Medical 9.5, works with the Army’s Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) system, which runs on laptop PCs.