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Handheld digital audio book and music player.

Assistive technology manufacturer Human-Ware recently launched the Victor Reader Stream, the smallest handheld digital Talking Book and music player on the market. About the size of a deck of playing cards, the Victor Reader Stream is designed to enable people who are blind or have low vision to quickly and accurately access the content of various electronic Talking Book formats, including DAISY, Bookshare, text, wav, MP3, OGG Vorbis, and audio files. The device has a USB port that is designed to connect to a personal computer so books and audio files can be downloaded to the Victor Reader Stream's removable flash memory card and stored. It is also designed to digitally record voice notes. The device operates with advanced DAISY functions, and also offers navigation capabilities for all forms of audio books. The product is available for a cost of $329. For more information, contact: HumanWare, 175 Mason Circle, Concord, CA 94520; phone: 800-722-3393 or 925-680-7100; e-mail: <us.>; web site: <www.>.
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Title Annotation:Products
Publication:Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Oct 1, 2007
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