Media Players

Access entertainment from broadcast, streaming, or personal players.
White device with directional and ok buttons, record button.

A daisy reader with a talking compass and FM radio.  

Red-and-black tablet, which is powered on and displaying a blue background with white square menu buttons. The tablet is housed in a red protective case.

A tablet made for kids.

Transmitter and front view of receiver neck loop with control buttons.

A wireless listening device that allows users to listen to the television or other audio sources without increasing the volume on the television. 

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.

Keyboard on a wireless device with a handle grip that has a button below the keyboard.

A one-handed way to access a home theater PC experience. This device communicates with a PC by way of a tiny USB dongle providing an excellent range during the use.

Black foam cube with a large round bump on each face.

An accessible, tactile cube that allows children with disabilities to explore creative opportunities. Recommended for learning, playing, or creating music using an accessible interface on an iPad or Mac.

Large buttons attached with iPod mount.

A control device to help people with fine motor disabilities.

Rectangular device with front circular power button, channel and volume control options. Hand crank on back and antenna on top.

A small yet mighty radio that’s not just for emergencies.

BIG Launcher icons, including a phone, camera, photos, and email options.

An app that makes the smartphone suitable for seniors, children, and people with eye diseases, motor problems or the legally blind by replacing the user interface of almost any Android phone or tablet with enlarged buttons and texts.