[access-uk] Re: SD cards and physical disabilities

they are on the small side but I really wouldn't like to comment on whether 
or not you could work with one or not as this is clearly dependent on you. 
The only way to really know is to handle an SD card to see for yourself.

If you know someone with an SD card ask the person to show you one.  They 
often come with mobile phones but there are various sizes and many phones 
have a slot for a mini or even micro SD cards and these cards are really 
getting very small indeed.
Failing this, most cards are wrapped in plastic but some shops such as John 
Lewis, Boots, Jessups etc or maybe even an independent camera shop may be 
able to arrange for you to handle an SD card so you can make a judgement.

Regards

Graham

Regards

Graham
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherhallsworth71@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; "BrailleNote List" 
<braillenote@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2007 9:41 AM
Subject: [access-uk] SD cards and physical disabilities


Hi all,
Sorry for the cross posting, but I'm thinking of buying an SD card for my
BrailleNote mPower so that I can store Keysoft upgrades. However, besides
the point, since I have some physical disabilities, cerebral palsy to be
precise, that causes fine motor skill issues, how difficult are they to
insert into one of these for me? This is the main reason why I was put off
buying these because, by the sound of it, they're so small that I am at high
risk of dropping or even losing them. Thanks in advance.
Chris Hallsworth
BrailleNote mPower user
Website: www.chrishallsworth.co.nr

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