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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 February 2012 Issue  Volume 13  Number 2

Letters to the Editor

Manufacturer Comments on AccessWorld Product Evaluation

Dear AccessWorld Editor,

HumanWare would like to thank AccessWorld for evaluating Trekker Breeze and for letting more users know about our products. Acquiring a GPS signal can depend on the frequency of use. With daily use, satellite acquisition is often less than one minute. As in all GPS devices, a constant walking speed is necessary to obtain a reliable heading. As the author mentions, the Trekker Breeze strengths are the ease of use and its capability to be used in a car, as a pedestrian walking on streets and open areas such as parks and campuses.

Lucia Gomez, Product Manager

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