Re: another phone for the blind
It’s a physical device. I did a Google search for more information.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The RNIB article compares it to having something like The Echo, the Google assistant, and so on. While there are blind people who would find it useful to avoid touch screens and have a device that works like an assistant and is portable, I don't think it will come anywhere near replacing a smart phone for those who are skilled or reasonabbly skilled in using it.
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2020 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] another phone for the blind
I finally visited the provided link and it sounds like it's an
application, not a physical device.
I was surprised to see a few typos though and no way to actually
identify who set this site up.
As Gerald likes to say, buyer beware.
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Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
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