[AI] Cell Phone for the visuallly impaired

Raju Singh rajusinghraj at gmail.com
Fri Feb 15 21:10:36 EST 2008


 Sir,
 can you tell me 3500 is supported with talks ?

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From: "ashish" <ashish2410 at accessindia.org.in>
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Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2008 2:13 PM
Subject: Re: [AI] Cell Phone for the visuallly impaired


> hello, this list is not complete. a more complete list can be found on my
> website
> http://ashishrohtagi.org/
>  but I can not say that it is the complete list because new phone models
are
> coming daily so before buying a phone please check it's compatibility with
> talks. take care, regards, ashish
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> From: "Rahul Gambhir" <rahulgambhir.ster at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2008 10:38 AM
> Subject: Re: [AI] Cell Phone for the visuallly impaired
>
>
> > Hullo,
> > list of cell phones accessible with talks is as follows.
> >
> >    Nokia 3230
> >
> > Nokia 3600
> >
> > Nokia 3620
> >
> > Nokia 3650
> >
> > Nokia 3660
> >
> > Nokia 6260 (flip phone)
> >
> > Nokia 6600
> >
> > Nokia 6630 (3G phone)
> >
> > Nokia 6670
> >
> > Nokia 7610
> >
> > Nokia 7650
> >
> > Nokia N70
> >
> > Nokia N Gage
> >
> > Nokia N Gage QD
> >
> > Siemens SX1
> >
> > Panasonic X700 (flip phone)
> >
> > Panasonic X701
> >
> > Samsung SGH-D720
> >
> > Source - From RNIB Technology Team - Accessible mobile phones factsheet
> >
> >
http://www.rnib.org.uk/xpedio/groups/public/documents/publicwebsite/public_m
> > obphonesfactsheet.hcsp
> > regards
> >
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "sriram kalyanaraman" <sriram_tkr at yahoo.co.in>
> > To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> > Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2008 10:11 AM
> > Subject: [AI] Cell Phone for the visuallly impaired
> >
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >>  Kindly indicate which phone models are compatible with Ttalk software
> >> used in cell phones.
> >>
> >>  Thanks,
> >>  K. Sriram
> >>
> >> Per <Reisender at online.de> wrote:
> >>  Hi,
> >>
> >> I havn't read about this topic in this list and it could be interesting
> >> for
> >> some of you. Spice from India announced a Braille phone for blind
people.
> >> The following is from a Blog (source at bottom):
> >>
> >> .... very interested in Spice Mobile's low-cost phone for the blind.
The
> >> "Phone for the Visually Impaired" is a very simple,
> >> voice-only phone with a braille keypad. When you press a button, it
> >> speaks
> >> the number, and when you press the call key, it speaks the number you
> >> dialed.
> >> It has ten speed dials, and it could retail for less than $20.
> >>
> >> Spice reps at the show said they're in touch with various advocates and
> >> charities for the blind, and could produce the phone in European,
> >> American
> >> GSM,
> >> or even CDMA models, covering the globe. If it's sponsored by a
charity,
> >> the
> >> phones could even be free.
> >>
> >> Voice phone calls are probably one of the most blind-friendly
> >> technologies
> >> I
> >> can think of, so it's very surprising to me that Braille phones with
> >> voice
> >> prompts are so few and far between. Samsung released one in China in
> >> 2006,
> >> and Samsung phones in general can be set to speak everything they do,
but
> >> the
> >> low cost of this model could get a lot of blind people across the globe
> >> connected.
> >>
> >> Spice also showed the "People's Phone," which is like the Braille phone
> >> but
> >> without the Braille. The displayless People's Phone will retail for
> >> $10-20
> >> in
> >> India, said Spice product development head Anuj Nangia.
> >>
> >> Removing the display helps the People's Phone avoid the fate of the
> >> MOTOFONE
> >> F3, a black-and-white-display phone produced by Motorola that didn't
sell
> >> as
> >> well as expected in India. A display raises expectations of text
> >> messaging
> >> and multimedia, where removing the display (and pricing the phone at
$10)
> >> makes
> >> it clear this is just a voice device, Nangia said.
> >>
> >> "It's like the olden days, when we had fixed lines with no display," he
> >> said.
> >>
> >>
> >> Source:
> >> http://www.gearlog.com/2008/02/spice_mobiles_phone_for_the_bl.php
> >>
> >> Best regards, Per
> >>
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