[access-uk] Re: accessible phones?

Terry,

That's good to hear as I bought it as soon as it came out from the Nokia
website back in March!  The 8GB version must have had a shorter life
than the original N91.

So what's the nearest you can get to an N91 8GB, with large dedicated
music keys? No don't tell me, there have already been two replacements
LOL

Now if only the Victor Stream included a phone, GPS and the navigation
cell technology for getting around when out of sight of satellites, for
oh, four hundred quid.  That should satisfy most communication and
navigational needs.

Dave

All well and good Dave the trouble is that the phone was discontinued
months ago.

Terry Clasper.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ankers, Dave (UK)" <Dave.Ankers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 4:47 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: accessible phones?


>
> Billy,
>
> My personal preference is the N91 8GB.  It has an 8GB hard drive and
> built in MP3 player with large easy to use dedicated music keys.  Add
> Talks and you have an accessible phone and ipod in one.  I have looked
> at the N95 and I still prefer the N91.
>
> Dave
>
> hi guys,
> which mobile phones are best for accessibility for blind users.
>
> I'm talking about Nokia mobile phones produced in the last few years.
>
> I'm talking about ease of use with keypads etc.
>
> And of course, they must be able to take Talks.
>
> Billy
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