[blindlaw] Portable devices

Farber, Randy rfarber at jw.com
Fri Mar 9 03:52:38 UTC 2012


	I have heard that HIMS makes a similar device.  It is slightly more expensive than the Victor Reader Stream, but apparently does more.


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From: blindlaw-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:blindlaw-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Andrew Webb
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Subject: [blindlaw] Portable devices

Hello all,


I would like to identify a highly portable and compact electronic device that might be ideal for storing and reviewing data on the go.  The piece I'm envisioning is one that I could easily carry along and pull out just about anywhere, whether that's on the bus/train, working around the house, sitting at the coffee shop, attending kids' soccer practice, etc.  I could use it to download materials including cases, statutes, and assorted other documents in a variety of digital formats.  I'd like to be able to easily arrange my downloads into files for quick retrieval and review, and to be able to highlight/bookmark salient portions of text.


Could I ask if, based either on personal experience or worldly wisdom, anyone can suggest a device along these lines?  It has come to my attention that the Victor Reader Stream  might be an apt choice, but I wondered if there might be some other good possibilities out there.


Many thanks in advance!



Andrew Webb


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