This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Command Corp, Inc.
World Wide Web
3675 Crestwood Parkway
P.O. Box 956099
Duluth, GA 30136-9502 USA
Sun Sparc (SunOS or Solaris) and MS Windows 3.1.
$495, headset not included
$395 (Pro Version for Windows), headset, but no sound card,
For Sun, IN3 provides a complete navigation solution, including voice
macros. A developer API is also available. The native Sparc audio is used
for input. You can find a copy on their web page.
For MS Windows, IN3 provides a solution similar to the Sun. Most 8 and 16
bit sound cards are supported. A developer API is also available. Windows
3.1 and a 386 or better processor are required. Demos can be found on
Compuserve, America On-Line, various comp.binaries.ms-windows archive site
and BBS systems, and their web page.
Command Corp suggests that IN CUBE be used in combination with an
ergonomic keyboard, so you type free text at moderate speed and for
reasonabe periods on the "QWERTY" keys and convert all editing, chording,
and mouse operations to voice input.