Microphones for use with a tablet PC, clamped to a desk or resting atop a monitor; your needs may be outside the realm of the typical.
Stylus USB Microphone
The latest customized microphone for speech recognition. Stylus, features Wacom's patented pen technology that provides essential input functionality for tablet PCs and other handheld devices equipped with pen-abled writing surface, while at the same time allows you to dictate into your speech applications. Stylus has a noise cancelling microphone and a pressure-sensitive tip for natural handwriting, and a button to simulate right click of the mouse. It comes complete with tip replacement tool, spare tips and attachable pen holder sleeve.
Stylus USB includes a USB adapter with a mute switch.
This 30" Gooseneck microphone clamps on to the tabletop and is extremely flexible although certain positions will yield more superior results. The 15" Desktop sits upon the desk by way of a base.
A 30" Gooseneck microphone available with or without USB interface. Sensitive microphone can be used from 1" to 6" away from the microphone end. The Gooseneck microphone includes a metallic clamp, which can be used to attach the Gooseneck microphone to a surface with up to 2.25" thickness.
Gooseneck microphones are in use throughout the US, Canada and Europe by customers with disabilities.
DesktopMic™ is a USB-interface high quality directional microphone that is specifically designed for speech recognition applications. Its speech-ergonomic features include a flexible gooseneck, a sturdy and weight-stable base. Its casing design renders it remarkably robust to noise. It is designed for people who do not like to wear a headset microphone, while demanding audio signal quality like a headset.
Its sleek yet sturdy appearance makes it look attractive on any desktop, and beautifully complements any office setting. Comes with an 8-feet long attached cable.
Digital array microphones are highly susceptible to environmental noise. As such, they are not recommended for speech recognition, however, for voice over IP and similar applications, Speakeasy Solutions Inc. recommends the Andrea Superbeam SoundMax (available in USB and non-USB versions).
Andrea Superbeam SoundMax
Sleek, stylish two-microphone design (4.3" length, 1.7" width, 0.9" deep).
Andrea's new USBD-2A stereo full duplex audio adapter connects Andrea's Superbeam Array Microphone, Andrea NC headsets, or headphones to the USB bus. With the Superbeam Array Microphone you have a far-field speech recognition solution (with the accuracy of a close talking headset mic) on PC's with a USB port.