Yes, the layout is the same. On the top rowa middle key has been aded called wireless. That is where you download the latest updates.----- Original Message ----- From: "Chip and Allie Orange" <acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Thanks Denyece.I had the original victor, then I switched to the booksense when the victordied, and I've had to purchase 3 booksenses over the years as they don'tlast me very long (and now my third one is showing the same signs it's aboutto die). I think I'll look into the Victor when this goes, and likely switch back (I always did like its key layout and design much better, so hopefully that's still the same). Thanks. Chip -----Original Message-----From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On BehalfOf Denyece Roberts, MSW, RCSW Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 7:10 PM To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tabi] Fw: [Nfbf-l] New Generation Victor Reader Stream - version 4.2 upgrade I have already downloaded mine, and it is amazing!----- Original Message ----- From: "Alan Dicey" <adicey@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 12:32 PMSubject: [Nfbf-l] New Generation Victor Reader Stream - version 4.2 upgradeNew Generation Victor Reader Stream - version 4.2 upgrade From: "HumanWare" <marcom@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Thu, September 5, 2013 11:37 am -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Having trouble viewing this e-mail? Click here http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/-en-Newsletter-2808131033-html/3576n6/6412 97769 Â http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/2013-09-05/3576n8/641297769 Â New Generation Victor Reader Stream, version 4.2 upgrade September 5, 2013 â?" HumanWare is pleased to announce the latest software upgrade, version 4.2, for the popular new generation Victor Reader Stream portable digital talking book player. "The Victor Reader Stream is HumanWare's most popular product, and we are pleased to offer our customers exciting and useful new capabilities with this software upgrade," says Matthew Janusauskas, Technical Product Manager for Victor Reader products. "We have added enriched media choices for avid Stream users, from important sources like the National Federation of the Blind and BookshareÂ®, as well as support for MicrosoftÂ® Windows MediaÂ®." NFB-NEWSLINEÂ®, a service of the National Federation of the Blind, offers 327 national and local newspapers and 40 magazines to its more than 100,000 users. Stream owners can enter their account information directly on the Stream and begin receiving their favorite newspapers and magazines wirelessly without a PC or telephone. Stream automatically synchronizes with NFB-NEWSLINE and maintains the same issues of publications that are found on the server, which usually includes today's edition, yesterday's edition and the previous Sunday edition for newspapers and the latest 2 editions for magazines. BookshareÂ® has more than 200,000 books available for its 260,000 members, and the Stream will now be able to search the entire Bookshare online library, provide wireless book downloads, and automatically unpack and decrypt downloads using the member's account credentials. "HumanWare has had a long and successful affiliation with the NFB and with Bookshare, so we are happy that we can continue to have a close relationship with these fine organizations with our products and their content, to the benefit of our mutual customers" remarked Gilles Pepin, CEO of HumanWare. Version 4.2 is a free download for Stream customers, and can be installed automatically over a wireless connection, downloaded from HumanWare's web site or installed by using the free HumanWare Companion PC software application. "We are thrilled that access to NFB-NEWSLINEÂ® content is now integrated into Victor Reader Stream, making it easier than ever for our subscribers to download and read their favorite content with this groundbreaking device," said Dr. Marc Maurer, President of the National Federation of the Blind. "We have a wonderful working relationship with HumanWare and look forward to continuing to work with the company to make the ever-expanding selection of NFB-NEWSLINEÂ® content available through its products." "The ability to search, download, and read books wirelessly on the Stream will greatly improve the ease and reading experience for Bookshare members. We applaud this update and look forward to serving many happy Stream users." added Betsy Beaumon, VP and General Manager of Global Literacy at Benetech. Join HumanWare product managers Matthew Janusauskas and Greg Stilson for a webinar to learn about how recent software updates to both the popular Victor Reader Stream, and BrailleNote Apex make access to books and classroom materialssimpler than ever before. Start off the school year on the right foot. Don't wait for your classroom materials. 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Please contact us for more information: U.S.A. and Canada Toll free 1-800-722-3393 us.info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx mailto:us.info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx BookshareÂ® is a registered trademark of Beneficent Technology, Inc. For more information, go to: http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/2013-09-05/3576nl/641297769 http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/2013-09-05/3576nl/641297769 NFB-NEWSLINEÂ® is a registered trademark of the National Federation of the Blind. For more information, go to: http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/2013-09-05/3576nq/641297769 http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/2013-09-05/3576nq/641297769 1 800-722-3393 HumanWare, 1 UPS Way, Champlain, NY 12919, USA Unsubscribe http://visit.humanware.com/unsubscribe/u/3332/5aa3aea6349cd82a4c51aea4b13f07 8e/641297769 from our newsletter. http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/humanware/3576ns/641297769 http://visit.humanware.com/e/3332/humanware/3576nv/641297769 Thanks in Advance. 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