[blindlaw] Accessible Phone Systems and Office Equipment

Tai Tomasi ttomasi at driowa.org
Mon Apr 30 15:11:09 UTC 2018

Hello. I am compiling a list of accessible office equipment and accessible office phone systems. What equipment and phone systems have you had good luck with? I am familiar with the Samsung line of printers and copiers, many of which are powered by Android tablets with accessibility features, allowing nonvisual access to the screen. I am also familiar with at least one software package that voices some information from the readouts on some popular phones. If you are aware of accessible solutions, please let me know. This list will be posted to the National Association of Blind Lawyers website very soon.

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