are motorola phones accessible?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Fri Jan 2 10:24:29 EST 2004
very good question, forgive me.
that it will understand you when you speak to it.
if there is a cell phone that voices keystrokes, I would love to know of
On Fri, 2 Jan 2004, Janina Sajka wrote:
> I want to clarify something in your post about your MOtorola phone.
> When you say it supports voice, do you mean:
> a.) It understands me when I talk to it? Or, do you mean,
> b.) It voices things that are on screen when I press buttons.
> Karen Lewellen writes:
> > From: Karen Lewellen <klewellen at shellworld.net>
> > Hi Chris,
> > new tot he list, and saw this, so
> > as I have just gotten a Motorola wanted to add my opinion.
> > Granted this depends on what you desire as to accessibility.
> > However, thus far my Motorola v60 g, which is for gsm service, something
> > more commonly used over seas, is rather good.
> > it includes voice programming allowing you to program in numbers and dial
> > them via voice , tty if desired, and
> > a lot of other bells.
> > it is also a flip phone, which can help with connection issues.
> > again, I do not know what you need, and all needs are different, but
> > the line may be worth considering, as it is still rather new.
> > Hope this helps,
> > Karen L
> > On Thu, 1 Jan 2004, Steve Holmes wrote:
> > > They're no better than the rest. <sigh> I used to have an old
> > > Motorola 630 (I believe) that wasn't bad with its shortcuts. I could
> > > assign two digit numbers to entries in a phonebook and I thought that
> > > part worked pretty good. It was an earlier modle that did not have as
> > > many features as the current phones today. It was only a dual band
> > > and my switch to Verizon's America's Choice plan required me to move
> > > up to a tri-band modle.
> > >
> > > On Thu, Jan 01, 2004 at 07:54:50PM -0500, cris wrote:
> > > > What is the most accessible motorola cel phone? I heard much about Nokia,
> > > > but not much is said about motorola which is one of the largest producers
> > > > of cell phones for the international market.
> > > > Cheers,
> > > > Cris
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