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Topic Title: Any experience with Dragon on a Pocket-sized PC?
Topic Summary: E.g. Lanruo GPD Pocket 3
Created On: 03/03/2022 08:09 PM
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 Any experience with Dragon on a Pocket-sized PC?   - Ag - 03/03/2022 08:09 PM  
 03/03/2022 08:09 PM
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BRIEF: does anyone have experience with Dragon on  recent generations of pocket-sized PCs?


I had hopes for the Ockel Sirius A,  but they seem to have died


LANRUO seems to be the go to for  the smaller PC at the moment


E.g. LANRUO GPD Win 3 Win10  handheld game console
* 11th Core CPU I7-1195G7 4 cores, base frequency 2.9 GHz
* 16GB RAM
* 5.5 Inch 1280x720 Touch Screen,  Gorilla Glass
* Mini Handheld Video Game Console Gameplayer Win 10 Laptop, Tablet PC
* 1.21 pounds
7.83 x 3.66 x 1.06 inches

E.g. LANRUO GPD Pocket 3
* 11th Core CPU I7-1195G7, 4 cores, 2.9 GHz base frequency
* 8"  IPS  Touchscreen 1920×1200 Touchscreen 
* WIN10 OS
* Modular and Full-Featured Handheld PC Notebook Laptop,  clamshell pivotable
* 198x137x20mm / 7.8"x5.39"x0.8"
* 1.61 Lbs


I have not yet looked up the power consumption of these cores, and to be perfectly honest I don't trust an I7 class core in this form factor.   


For that matter, I suspect that extreme power management may make  the Dragon experience unsatisfactory.


But the company sells lower powered machines  as well, albeit with less RAM.






Using the iPhone has been a significant contributor to my computeritis hand pain.   Using Dragon on a  tablet/laptop docked to  3 external monitors on the desktop has helped, but greatly restricts where  and when I can read email. And in this day and age I'm expected to read email everywhere.   


Plus, I am really quite annoyed when I can dictate something easily on my PC, and nowhere near as easily on my iPhone because the iPhone lacks my vocabulary and my custom commands.


Hence my interest in pocket-sized PCs comparable to a phone  in size.


I doubt that a Pocket PC could replace my larger PC, but it might  make it less annoying have 2 different machines to read email on.



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