As I reported as part of our CSUN coverage, Humanware has created a new product called the BrailleNote Touch. While Blind Bargains was able to give you a written overview of what it brings to the table, along with an interview, there is now a free and in-depth resource to give you an audio tour of the BrailleNote Touch.
Mystic Access is a company which, among other things, sells audio tutorials on a wide range of products. IN terms of adaptive technology, this is their first free offering.
The tutorial is divided in to 3 main sections. The first covers general information, set-up, the 2 different ways of navigating the device, and orientation to the BrailleNote Touch, and more. Part 2 covers the Keysoft Suite of products including the applications most Keysoft users are familiar with, KeyWord, KeyUpdater and more. Part 3 covers how to use the Google Play Store including installing, uninstalling, and working with several Android apps. The tutorial is available now in daisy and mp3 audio formats, with a transcript of the tutorial promised by June 30. Check the source link for more detailed information and to download the tutorial yourself.Source: Mystic Access
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