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MacSpeech, Inc. Releases MacSpeech Scribe Medical

Macworld 2010, Booth #972

MacSpeech, Inc. today announced MacSpeech Scribe Medical, an add-on component that incorporates the world's most advanced personal transcription for the Macintosh with MacSpeech Dictate Medical, the medical professional's speech recognition solution for the Macintosh.

Now, MacSpeech Dictate Medical users running Snow Leopard can transcribe an audio file of a person's voice dictation into written text, with up to 99% accuracy, in a single button click. MacSpeech Scribe Medical accepts audio files in .wav, .aif, .aiff, .m4v, mp4, or .m4a formats.

The MacSpeech Scribe Medical add-on component is available immediately to currently registered MacSpeech Dictate Medical customers for US$99, by download only from the MacSpeech web site at: <http://www.macspeech.com/>.

MacSpeech Dictate Medical fully understands and supports vocabularies for more than 54 medical and dental disciplines and specialties, including General Medicine, Cardiology, Dentistry, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Pediatric Dentistry, Radiology, Neurology, Oncology, Psychiatry, Urology, Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology and many more.

MacSpeech Dictate Medical is the premier desktop speech recognition solution for the medical and dental professional on the Macintosh. MacSpeech Dictate Medical provides unprecedented speech recognition accuracy with minimal training and works with existing Mac applications and practice management systems. MacSpeech Dictate Medical delivers a truly Mac user experience, and conforms to behaviors already familiar to Macintosh fans worldwide. Beyond dictation, MacSpeech Dictate Medical lets people perform basic navigation of their Mac and control it with their voice to launch applications, open new windows, execute menu commands, etc.

Compatibility and Availability

MacSpeech Scribe Medical requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, and is available today for US$99 for currently registered MacSpeech Dictate Medical customers only.

New MacSpeech Dictate Medical solutions, which include an enhanced, USB headset microphone, are available starting at US$595.

Registered customers of MacSpeech Dictate are eligible to purchase MacSpeech Dictate Medical at special cross-grade pricing. MacSpeech Dictate Medical and the MacSpeech Scribe Medical add-on component are currently available in English at <http://www.macspeech.com/> in the U.S., at <http://www.macspeech.co.uk> in the U.K., at <http://www.macspeech.ca/> in Canada, at <http://www.macspeech.com.au> in Australia.

About MacSpeech, Inc.

MacSpeech, Inc. is a Mac-only company dedicated to producing the finest speech recognition products for Macintosh. Further information on MacSpeech can be found at <http://www.macspeech.com/>.

MacSpeech Dictate and MacSpeech Scribe are trademarks, and MacSpeech is a registered trademark of MacSpeech, Inc. Mac OS X is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. All other company name or product names may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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