Are you sure the Verizon phone is accesible with Mobile Speak Pocket? I just
looked on the product's website and didn't find the phone in the Compatible
Devices List. I'm asking because I'm a Verizon customer and wanted to get
another product from Cod Factory (Mobile Accesibility) but the people at
Verizon said it wouldn't be usable with any of their phones and be better
off with the LG phones, which I really don't want. Hope this will work out.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Rick Alfaro" <rick.alfaro@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 2:19 PM
Subject: [bct] Re: Accessible Equivalent to a Blackberry
Hi, there are 3 products that come to mind that can be made accessible by purchasing the screen reader from Code Factory called Mobile Speak Pocket.
1. The Sprint ppc6700 which runs Windows Mobile 5
2. The Verizon VX6700 which is the same phone as above, but for Verizon.
3. The HP Ipaq H6515 which is currently sold by Cingular and runs Windows Mobile 2003SE.
Actually, one more, the Trio 700w which is sold by Verizon and it also runs
Windows Mobile 5.
There are others that fall into the same category, but these are the ones I
can think of that are actually sold by carriers here in the U.S. and give
you a better price for signing a 2 year contract.
--Rick Alfaro --rick.alfaro@xxxxxxxxxxx
-----Original Message----- From: blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David Lepofsky Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 11:42 AM To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [bct] Accessible Equivalent to a Blackberry
I am interested in anyone's thoughts on what product if any is on the market
now that is the closest to the Blackberry in terms of features and that is
blindness-accessible? I know there are some new software packages that can
be loaded on PDA's,and have heard various podcasts and Main Menu programs
over the months, but I have not been able to pull it all together and figure
out what product comes the closest to the blackberry in terms of features,
anyone have any ideas? p.s. I am not just looking for an accessible cell phone, but rather tthe fuller featured kind of product. thanks to all. This list is great and all your comments are very informative.