I understand that the Revolution is compatible w/all CAT softwares. Does that mean if I were to take the notes from the Revolution and loaded it to my software (not realtime connected) that it would have the time stamp and match up to the audio? Currently, I am on the Stentura. If for some reason, my system crashes and I have to load the note file, then translate it, the time codes does not come over.
Second question, when you say it has on-board audio, does that mean, if my laptop microphone is not turned on or the battery dies, I will I be able to take the audio from the writer and import it to my software and it will instantly sync with my realtime file or will I have to convert it? If I convert it, is it dificult?
Thirdly, who does repairs and maintenance on your machine? Can I take it to my local repair guy or do I need to send it to your company?
Fourth, I'm seeing some issues with the IPaq that you are sending out with the Revolution. What exactly are the issues and what are the fixes and go-arounds that you have implemented.
And, finally, the bluetooth, is that writer to laptop or is that writer to attorney or both? Do I need extra receivers if it is from writer to attorney?
I lied, one more. The connection from writer to laptop can be either serial or usb. I have had issues of Eclipse freezing because of a serial-to-usb connection between the writer and the laptop. This would be usb-to-usb; correct?
Jason, my job the other day using your iPaq seemed to go well. It did not quit on me. Is there a way I can delete the program and reinstall it on my iPaq? I won't have time to deal with this until next week, but I'm just throwing it out there.
Hi, Jason! I just emailed you. I'm assuming it's the correct email, but I thought I'd make sure you got my response. I found firstname.lastname@example.org on your website. If you didn't get it, please let me know. I'm most anxious to try out the Grand!