Pennsylvania's Assistive Technology Lending Library
Victor Reader Stream
Description: The Victor Reader Stream MP3 player v.1.2.18 lets you read and navigate through complex books, such as reference manuals and school books, as well as novels and magazines. You can also use the Victor Reader Stream's built in Vocalizer text to speech voice to read books in text format such as Bookshare. Victor Reader Stream comes with a SD (Secure Digital) card to store books, music, electronic text and audio note. This device is available for use at select Get REAL libraries and/or bookmobiles. For a list of libraries and bookmobiles participating in Get REAL visit http://disabilities.temple.edu/programs/assistive/real/
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What is a Product Review? A Product Review is a way for you to share your experiences with a product. Your comments may be helpful to others who want to borrow the same device. The focus of the Product Review is on the device you borrowed and how it did - or did not - work for you (or a person with a disability on whose behalf you borrowed the device).
Do not use the Product Review as an opportunity to evaluate the services of the Lending Library! (For example, if you had problems with the device because the Lending Library did not send all the parts, address that directly with the Lending Library during the loan period or mention your problems when you complete the Satisfaction Questionnaire you will receive several weeks after the loan period.)
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I borrowed the reacher kit because my mother is trying to learn how to do things with one hand. She just had a stroke. The reachers did not work for her because she also has arthritis and she doesn't have the strength in her hands and shoulders to hold and manipulate the reachers.
I need text-to-speech software because I can't use my hands to type for long periods of time without pain anymore. I found Dragon is much better now than the versions I have tried before. It was easier to "train" the computer to recognize my voice. There still are some problems with the voice file when I use it when I am tired at the end of the day.
Disclaimer: All product reviews are solely the opinion of the person submitting the review and may be based upon his/her experiences (including the reviewer's training with this device and other AT) rather than any inherent short-comings of the device. Reviews do not reflect the opinion of the Institute on Disabilities, Temple University, or the PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, and no endorsement is implied.
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