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Product Evaluations and Guides

A Review of the Braille Me Braille Display from Inovision

Scott Davert

If you are budget conscious or do not require JAWS support, the Braille Me is worth serious consideration, especially if you require cursor routing buttons. This article takes a close look at this new braille display and compares it to its closest competitor, the Orbit Reader 20.

Bose Frames, Apple AirPods 2nd Generation, and Plantronics M180 Headset: A Practical Guide to Three Bluetooth Earphones for People with Visual Impairments

Aaron Preece

This article looks at three Bluetooth earphones: Bose Frames, AirPods 2nd Generation, and the Plantronics M180 headset. The article focuses on those features that are most useful for people with vision loss, such as accessible documentation and screen reader responsiveness.

Employment Matters

A Profile of Ron Brooks, Vice President, Transit Market Development, American Logistics

Deborah Kendrick

Despite a demanding schedule as a thought leader in the transportation arena, Ron Brooks has also managed to create a full life outside the office. For those who are not yet employed, his advice is clear. Volunteer. Build relationships. Be willing to do anything that is within your realm of capabilities.

Mobile App Evaluations and Guides

Workout with the Aaptiv Audio Exercise App

Janet Ingber

Aaptiv is a very good alternative to going to the gym, offering numerous workouts in many categories. Though most of the key elements are usable, the app has a couple of accessibility issues

Accessible Gaming

AudioWizards from MyTrueSound: A Sound Investment for Blind Gamers

Jamie Pauls

If you're looking for an immersive and immensely replayable game, check out AudioWizards from MyTrueSound. There is a lot to love about this game and little to improve upon.

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