The Portset Digital Media Centre provides the Freeview digital television and radio channels in an accessible solution. Designed for the visually impaired it provides voiced guidance and feedback with high-quality speech.
A multi-media device designed for people with a visual or reading impairment to enable them to access audio information and entertainment, including content available on the Internet, without using a computer.
A suite of web browser tools with keyboard and mouse replacements (i.e. alternative input methods) that help users who have difficulty typing, moving a mouse or reading to access the Web. They include handsfree navigation, voice recognition, onscreen keyboard, and text-to-speech.
Strillone is available for smartphones, tablets and desktop PCs, and allows blind people or people with serious vision problems to browse and listen to their favorite newpaper through integrated speech synthesis.
There are many different accessibility features that are built into smart TVs, as well as TVs designed specifically for different disability groups. GARI provides the ability to find just the features you are looking for.