year. It appears that Nuance, the current owners of the Eloquence IP are going
to—reluctantly—license the current version to me. While I don’t
sense that the AAC community places much importance on speech quality (yes, it
should), a new Xpress-It running on a new speech engine might raise a few eyebrows.
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