Corel will ship the first fruits of its deal with Dragon Systems at the end of April, when it releases a new version of its Wordperfect word processing package, which includes the speech recognition technology.
The software requires a 133MHz Pentium processor and 48Mbytes of Ram, but the traditional keyboard version of the package is still available as an option. In a U-turn on former policy (see Newswire 4 February), the firm said it expected other packages in the Corel Office suite to be integrated with the software in future, and was also considering whether to include it in version 8.0 of its Ventura graphics offering.
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