I haven't really ever brought up the possibility of voice recognition in a handheld, because it takes a lot of computer to accomplish. If the specs of a 300+ Mhz processor is true, I wonder if it's feasible for a rudimentary version of it. I realize that Mhz isn't a true measure of chip processing ability, but I think it's still worth something. I think I can recall Dragon Dictate running on a 486 at 66Mhz.

I suppose there are obstacles of the memory required to hold the dictionary to translate from voice to text. There is also the aforementioned processing power to do the conversion. But if it's possible, how sweet would it be to dictate e-mails on a morning commute? I mean it would make me productive another hour of the day or so.