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If anyone uses or has used your own wireless network to stream realtime, can you let me if you liked it? Trying to decide which is the best way to stream realtime to clients. Right now it looks like stenocast red is in the lead. Thanks.
Real-time reporter working with cables, wireless, LiveNote streaming and MyView. I have multiple computers and a five-person hotspot. I live around Los Angeles, but cover north to Ventura, west to Santa Monica and east to Lancaster. I try to do only heavy business litigation, arbitrations and civil trials. Thanks for thinking of me. Leesadurrant@aol.com. (818) 599-7721. I'm licensed in Hawaii also and will travel for the right job.
Thank you Sam and Jenny,
Ah, so the split aspect is the attracting feature.
Sam, I'm using a StenoRamIII....It is super accurate...here's to the way machines used to be made!!!!
I am intrigued by the Passport though.
I love my Passport for the adjustability and accuracy! I have my stroke depth adjusted to about 1/8th of an inch and things are VERY accurate. None of my machines have been this accurate (Stentura 8000LX, Stylus, Lightspeed) except for my old StenoRamIII. I have tried the Gemini in various iterations in the past, but have not tried the Infinity. I did LOVE the split keyboard of the Gemini but the depth of stroke really hurt my hands on that machine and the accuracy wasn't as good as I had hoped. Even when I got it adjusted on the latest version before the Infinity came out (can't remember the name of it), I could not get it shallow enough to not hurt my hands and forearms. But I would like to try the split Infinity just to see if it compares accuracy-wise with the Passport and whether the tension is the keys would hurt my arms.
I paid an unusual price of $1100. I only wanted a backup steno machine. My main workhorse is the Passport. I will be testing the LIghtSpeed for my own technology advancement in the future. I see LightSpeeds on facebook for $1500 right now, and Acculaw is usually priced at $1850. I guess it depends on the age and what comes with it. I didn't get a stand with mine, which I'll need to get, I guess.
Jeff, do you mind if I ask what you gave for it? I only ask because I'm trying to determine what to ask for mine. You can send me a private message or email me if you'd prefer.
I've never had the Passport, but I have tried it out briefly at some conventions. It isn't split! I love the split Infinity Ergo, and I don't ever want to go back to having my hands together. The fact that the Infinity now has onboard audio and SD card backups and can be adjusted without an Allen wrench - and reflect my strokes so accurately - is a huge difference from previous split versions.
Or Jenny, too, or Anybody,
What do you think of the Passport versus the Infinity?
1 mm = about 1/25 of an inch.
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