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Daisy Player

Play Daisy format audio books for those with print impairment.
Screenshot of an e-book with a selection of text highlighted in yellow, and a menu bar at the bottom of the screen.

Talking book player app, designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Two, medium-sized white and blue devices. They feature blue number pads, menu buttons, and round built-in speakers.

Digital talking book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Screenshot of program featuring a text article with a portion highlighted in turquoise.There is a left-hand pane displaying a table of contents. There is also a menu bar at the top.

Digital talking book player program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

A black and silver machine resembling a scanner, with a long and narrow LCD display panel and several black menu buttons on the top.

Voice-output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device integrates a scanner, optical character recognition (OCR), voice synthesis, a Daisy player, and a CD-ROM drive in a single unit.

White vertical rectangle outlined in purple with the name of the product underneath an image of a pencil pointing to an open book.

Software that enables users to read and/or produce a wide variety of types of digital talking books that are accessible to both users who are visually impaired and users who are blind.

LeapFrog LeapPad handheld tablet main screen.

The LeapPad series of tablets are educational devices for children ages 3-9 that feature school readiness apps, as well as creative and music apps, designed to prepare preschoolers and kindergarteners for school.

EasyConverter's large print feature as shown in a Word document.

Software that creates accessible information for people with visual impairments, dyslexia, and other reading difficulties.

Black handheld device the size and shape of a mobile phone with control and number buttons on the front and a camera on the back.

Blaze digital audio players are portable Optical Character Recognition (OCR) multi-media devices suitable for blind and visually impaired consumers. They can play digital books, music files, document files, Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) content, and FM radio. It can also scan and recognize printed text and text image files with a built-in five-megapixel camera and OCR software.

A small, handheld device with 5 control buttons and speaker on the front face and a headphone jack on the bottom right side.

Portable book/music player for DAISY 2.02, NLS, Audible.com, MP3, AAC and WMA files, designed for simplicity of use.

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IDAIR is an opensource platform independant daisy reader.