OT: cell phone info needed
steve at holmesgrown.com
Sun Jan 11 07:30:30 EST 2004
Well, I don't have eather. My cell phone provider (Verizon) is CDMA
so can't take advantage of any of the current accessibility
solutions. I thought up to now that Talks only ran on those expensive
PDA modles, selling for over $600. But if it runs on the Nokia 3650
now, that may be a big improvement. I don't know what the Talks
product sells for though. Too bad it ain't free software:). BTW,
what is their website? I might follow developments along. Sure be
nice if they consider the CDMA markets.
On Sat, Jan 10, 2004 at 12:28:25PM +0100, Krister Ekstrom wrote:
> But why would you want to use a program that gives you a non-standard
> interface to the phone and only makes a small part of the phone
> accessible, when you can use the phone in a way that sighted folks use
> and get 98 percent of the phone accessible, in other words, talks
> Just my 2 cents.
> - --
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