While many people may be familiar with the popular book reader models, the Milestone 312 has often slipped under the radar as unnoticed, at least in the U.S. So we talked to Daniel Ilar, VP of Sales and Business Development for Bones, who gives an in-depth demonstration of the audio player and some of its accessories in this audio podcast.
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The Milestone 312 hasn't slipped under my radar; I have been interested in it for some time....but the price of it, around $479, or so, when it does not yet even play files from bookshare, is just way too high. I would love to have the add-on's, for color identifying and bar code scanning, but at $260 and $999, the Milestone 312, with all its handy extras, is unrealisstically priced. Yes, I would love to know exactly what flavor of cat food I am about to put out for the household tyrant, but I'm not going to pay virtually $1000, for the privilege. The ability to have up to six Acapella voices downloaded on the Milestone 312 , makes me willing to put out the initial $479,, but if I wouldn't even have access to bookshare titles? Once Bones gets that seen to, I will reconsider the Milestone, or maybe when and if I win the lottery. Then again, knowing the frailty of these devices, and how they can give up the ghost from the static in a bath mat, makes a person wonder what would happen with it, when it needed repairs. How would I feel, when I want it repaired tomorrow, but it has to go all the way back to Switzerland?? Does anyone in North America repair the Milestone?
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