Other Scenarios

OS1: Use of Device by Visually Impaired

With a Talking Book device, people with visual impairments are given an alternative to the limited supply of Braille-based books. Unlike audio devices with similar functionality, the Talking Book device does not require the user to read a screen or see any other visual indication. Distinct buttons, aural instructions, and aural navigation queues make the device as easy to use by those with visual impairments as it is for everyone else.

OS2: Use of Device by Hearing Impaired

Some users may have limited hearing impairment.