[nfb-talk] Accessible IPod

Wm. Ritchhart william.ritchhart at sbcglobal.net
Sat Nov 21 10:04:15 CST 2009


Thanks, I just checked it out.  Believe it or not, it has less space than my
phones memory card.  But it did give me a good starting point. 


Thanks, William
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have you looked at the ipod shuffle?
I think that one is accessible. not sure about current status though.
--le

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From: "Wm. Ritchhart " <william.ritchhart at sbcglobal.net>
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Sent: Saturday, November 21, 2009 6:28 AM
Subject: [nfb-talk] Accessible IPod


Hi all,

I am interested in purchasing an IPod.  I have an MP3 player on my cell
phone.  But I find the available memory card is not large enough for all my
music.  I would like information on IPods and/or MP3 players that you are
using.  The only requirement is that I would like something that can be used
without any sighted assistance.  I am not interested in going out to the big
electronics store, plunking down a bunch of money and then having to bug my
neighbor to assist.

Thanks, William

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