RE: jaws, talks, or mobile speak

  • From: "Chip Orange" <Corange@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 17:42:59 -0500

Is this the same model of Nokia phone that the new KNFB reader is sold
with?  Would you happen to know if that reader can run on other phones?


Chip Orange
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        From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Allan Wong
        Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 4:05 PM
        To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject: Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak
        E65 frequency:
        2G: 850/900/1800/1900 also known as quad band.
        3G: UMTS 2100 also known as W-CDMA 2100.

        Warmest Regards,
        Allan Wong <mailto:allan.wkf@xxxxxxxxx>  


        ----- Original Message ----- 
        From: Peter <mailto:peterholdstock@xxxxxxx>  
        To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
        Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2008 04:30
        Subject: Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak
        I'm using Talks with a Nokia e65 which is a quad band phone and
        can work anywhere in the world. I know it has another setting in
addition to 
        GSM but can't remember what its called.
        From: "Shan Noyes" <shan.noyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
        Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 7:19 PM
        To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
        Subject: re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak
        > Hi all!
        > When it comes to using talks or mobile speak the big answer is
it depends
        > upon the operating system for the cell phone.  talks works on
        > phones which tradditionally only work on the "gsm" network
which is what
        > exists in europe, and some providers like rogers.  mobile
speak runs on
        > phones that have the windows mobile operating system.  In
        > canada the phone company SaskTel uses cell phones that use the
        > network, as compared to the "gsm" found in europe.  "the CDMA
type of
        > network is what is used a lot in north america.  Anyways the
        > mobile operating system is very much like windows, and the
mobile speak
        > program permits complete access to the cell phone using the
windows mobile
        > operating system.  Windows mobile 6 is very much like windows
we all use
        > on our desktops,  my phone has internet explorer, outlook
express etc... I
        > recently purchased mobile speak and am running it on a windows
mobile 6
        > cell phone called a 5800.  The mobile speak can use
        > different voices.  check out the web site
and you can
        > listen to all the options.  one neat aspect of the mobile
speak program is
        > that a person with the new version 2.-0 purchases a license
for the
        > package and can easily move it from phone to phone as you
upgrade to newer
        > models.
        > So the big question is what operating system the cell phone
uses, will
        > determine talks or mobile speak.    Codefactory permits a 30
day trial of
        > the software as well and its available over the net as well.
        > also there is a list of cell phones that mobile speak works
with on the
        > code factory as well.
        > Shan Noyes
        > Shan Noyes
        > S.C.S.A 7, S.C.S.A 8, GCIH, GAWN, GSIP, GGSC-0200, GHTQ
        > Technical Analyst - Corporate Security
        > SaskTel
        > Phone: 306-777-4830, Cell: 306-533-1440 

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