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Introducing Cool C Talking Computers

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Introducing Cool C Talking Computers

Plantation, FL — Cool Conversations (Cool C), today announced the release of Cool C Interactive Speech software. This unique software will convert most any computer into a talking computer. Computers that you can talk to have always had a place in science fiction — now, Cool C is making them a reality. The program, utilizing the Microsoft Speech Engine, makes it possible for any Windows-based PC to verbally respond to spoken questions/comments from users. Cool C Talking Computers can function as speaking virtual tutors or talking encyclopedias, or as a computerized assistant giving you important reminders.

Imagine having your PC tell you that the school bus will be dropping off your kids shortly, its time to take your medicine, you have a meeting in ten minutes, or call your mom. The software enables users to program daily, weekly, monthly or yearly reminders or one time only reminders. You can instruct Cool C to fill your day with compliments to keep you in a positive mood.

The Cool C program comes with a database of information that will provide answers to questions you “ask” your computer. Your computer can talk about many subjects, tell you jokes and will always respond to questions. The database is constantly being enhanced to include new categories and functions. Any novice PC user can easily customize information by typing in a keyword and a desired response.

“Cool C provides a great way to give your PC a personality,” said John Brodie, director of product development for Cool C. “The program launches a new era in human interaction with computers and is great fun to use. The program can be a valuable tool as a tutor at home or in schools to provide an engaging, interactive method of learning.” Cool C users will also be able to have news and other information broadcast to them and delivered verbally by their computer.

Cool C will give many users the opportunity to utilize speech recognition for the first time. The program does not require 100% accuracy recognizing speech to give a relevant response. Multiple users can use the same Cool C installed program.

System Requirements
The minimum system configuration required for Cool C software:
– An Intel Pentium based PC or equivalent computer
– 128 MB RAM is recommended
– 110 MB free disk space
– The Windows XP, ME, 2000, 98, or NT operating system
– Microsoft Speech Engine*
– Speakers and Microphone

* The Microsoft Speech engine is included in Windows XP. Users of prior Windows versions (98, 2000, NT) will need to download the free Microsoft Speech Engine from Microsoft (a link appears on the Cool C website). The Microsoft Speech engine and Microsoft training program are included on the CD version of Cool C software.

Pricing and Availability
Cool C software is available for an introductory price of $14.95 at www.coolconversations.com or by calling 1 (954) 915-9903. Special pricing is available for resellers, schools and charitable organizations.

About Cool Conversations
Cool Conversations, LLC is pioneering interactive speech communications between humans and computer based systems. Company executives hold key patents in speech technology. The company was founded in 2002 by leading executives in speech technology development, broadcasting, sales and marketing. The company is headquartered in Plantation, Florida. For additional information about Cool C, or to download a free trial version, visit www.coolconversations.com.

Cool Conversations and Cool C are trademarks of Cool Conversations, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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