Category: Reading

Speakeasy Media System

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The SpeakEasy Media System is a computer-based voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Using audio menus and minimal keyboard commands, users may navigate to different features of the system. Features include: Scan & Read (works like a traditional reading machine); news article browsing; web searches; a talking reference section with dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia; e-mail; audio books, including a Daisy book reader, audio books, and audio books on tape from the internet; radio; podcasts; weather forecasts; and many others. The full Media System package includes a laptop computer running Windows, flatbed scanner, iPod portable player, SpeakEasy System Software, Scan & Read, and two years of free upgrades on the software. The SpeakEasy Media System Basic does not include Scan & Read, software upgrades, or iPod. SpeakEasy Media System Software Lite is software only with limited Scan & Read capability. COMPATIBILITY: The software is designed for use on IBM and compatible computers running Windows. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows XP, 2000, or Vista.


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1995.00 TO 495.00

Speakeasy Media System

Made By:

New Designs Unlimited, Llc
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Phone: 888-868-6159

Sold By:

Special Needs Computer Solutions Inc.
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Phone: 877-724-4922
Fax: 877-725-7799
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