Are there Any Kindle Users Out There?
Posted by dgoldfield on 9/28/2012 at 8:15 PM
I'm wondering if there are any visually impaired Kindle Keyboard users reading this message. I recently acquired one as it was given to me as a gift. While the device has its share of annoying accessibility shortcomings I'm absolutely tickled with this device. Access to books is very important to me and the Kindle has given me access to titles not available from other services.
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Re: Are there Any Kindle Users Out There?Posted by laz6 on 9/29/2012 at 9:27 AM
I've heard that the Kindle Keyboard is the most accessible of the Kindle devices, although a bit klunky.
Re: Are there Any Kindle Users Out There?Posted by wcraig1127 on 10/17/2012 at 4:13 PM
I have had my kindle for more than a year and while not perfect I love it myself. look at all the free books you can get. The kindle certainly can be improved but for my purposes, reading books and newspapers it is great. my wwife has a kindle also and to cut down on the cost of books we lend books too each other.
Re: Are there Any Kindle Users Out There?Posted by drussell52 on 1/25/2013 at 9:58 AM
Pardon my unfamiliarity with Kindle products but if I were to acquire one as a sightless person, what would I ask for so that it would contain screen reading software for reading purposes? If I go to a local electronics or major book store, can I purchase what "you" are using at either venue? About how much would this cost? Thanks..
Re: Are there Any Kindle Users Out There?Posted by email@example.com on 3/20/2014 at 10:50 AM
To the best of my knowledge, Kindle and Nook are both not fully accessible to blind users. Although some titles have a voice option, not all do (depending on publisher instruction) and there is no way to search/purchase titles via speech. Is this correct? I have been craving a e-reader for several years but they are still not usable for me.
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