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Is there voice recognition built in to the computer such as there is on the Samsung tablet?

asked on April 15, 2013

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Yes there is.
Tyler S. answered on April 16, 2013
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The Chromebook does have voice recognition for certain services in the input text boxes (anything that has a microphone next to input box - Google search, most Google applications), but out of the box it comes with fewer than you'd find on an Android phone - for example does not come with Voice Talk and Google Now is n… see more The Chromebook does have voice recognition for certain services in the input text boxes (anything that has a microphone next to input box - Google search, most Google applications), but out of the box it comes with fewer than you'd find on an Android phone - for example does not come with Voice Talk and Google Now is not available. All of the applications are via the Chrome browser rather than an independent app, so any service/page that offers voice recognition via the Chrome browser application will have VR on the Chromebook. Hope that helps. see less The Chromebook does have voice recognition for certain services in the input text boxes (anything that has a microphone next to input box - Google search, most Google applications), but out of the box it comes with fewer than you'd find on an Android phone - for example does not come with Voice Talk and Google Now is not available. All of the applications are via the Chrome browser rather than an independent app, so any service/page that offers voice recognition via the Chrome browser application will have VR on the Chromebook. Hope that helps.
Michael T answered on April 15, 2013
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their isn't that comes already installed on the chromebook i think you can download an app but that's up in the air on that note and Google doesn't have these apps ready available on their cloud network you can actually do more with a Samsung infuse or galaxy note than this chromebook
aharris answered on April 15, 2013
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