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Topic # 161697 16-Jan-2015 14:06
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Hi There!

Anyone got a recommendation on a relatively low cost tablet  (< $1000) that would run Windows and work ok with Dragon Naturally speaking? I know the SP3 is an option but it did seem reasonably pricey.


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  Reply # 1216132 16-Jan-2015 14:31
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nathan: $350

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/windows-8-tablets/nextbook-m1012bcp-10-windows-2n1-tablet/prod132973.html



Can you run Naturally Speaking on a machine with only 1GB of RAM?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1216134 16-Jan-2015 14:34
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I would have thought it would have been lower end than Dragon would want too. Don't mind paying upto 1K.

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  Reply # 1216135 16-Jan-2015 14:35
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  Reply # 1216164 16-Jan-2015 15:27
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when I saw title 'Tablet for Dragon' I thought tablet for mother in law :P




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