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While Amazon sells many different models of reading devices they
can be broken down into two categories: Fire tablets and Kindle
The Kindle ereader has a screen reader and is only used for
reading material such as books, magazines, newspapers and even
comic books. Other than accessing the Kindle store you can't
perform other functions such as reading Web pages, checking email,
downloading apps, listening to music, etc. They are primarily
designed as readers.
The Fire tablets can do all of these things but they are also
full-featured tablets, meaning that you can browse the Web, check
email, play music, use apps, etc. There are pros and cons to each.
Both have a screen reader but I'm more familiar with the Fire
tablets than the Kindle readers.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 8/2/2020 7:14 PM, Sugar Lopez wrote:
Yes, thanks Dave. I plan to do so
I just want to make sure she gets what she
Will all kindle readers read to her?
Thanks so much
first thought for me was
Amazon...give them a call and instead of shipping it
to you have them ship it directly to her.
Sunday, August 2, 2020 3:45 PM
[TechTalk] Info on a Kindle reader please
I’ve never had one of these
Kindle readers, so a friend of mine is having trouble
seeing and is needing something to read to her until
she gets her cataract procedure but can’t have it done
until this Coved clears up a bit.
She is in a home so it makes it
difficult and she can’t use her lap top anymore
I am needing help in locating a
Kindle reader that will read to her and does anyone
know where I can purchase one for her?
Thanks so much.
Her birthday is coming up and
I’d like to know where and how I can do this for her
Thanks in advance,
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