Re: another phone for the blind
We'll see what we learn over time. The way information is written, it sounds like everything is programmed in and you can't add apps or abilities. As written, it seems that That must be done by the manufacturer. We'll see.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Those who don't want to learn a touch screen or who are going blind and who are in transition might want to use such a phone. I doubt that skilled users of regular smart phones would be content with what looks like its restrictions.
And you didn't see a price because there isn't one. Can you find the price somewhere on the site? Maybe. but none of the collapsed buttons work on the site. I love it when companies who sell products to blind people have a site that isn't fully accessible. One of those buttons might open something you could use to find a ;page that had pricing. But you can't expand the buttons.
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2020 5:32 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] another phone for the blind
Monte, I didn't see a price for this phone.
At 06:13 AM 7/30/2020, Monte Single, wrote:
Below is a link to another phone for the blind.
I found it first in a current item on the latest Top Tech Tidbits.
It is based on a Samsung phone.
Please have a look.
and then express yourself.