Hugo gives an in-depth demonstration of the Focus 40 Blue Wireless Braille Display from Freedom Scientific.
Hugo unveils his new microphone, Audio-Technica’s new AT2005USB is an all-purpose microphone designed to take you from the stage to the studio and beyond. This rugged handheld microphone offers two outputs, USB output for digital recording, and an XLR output that connects with a sound system’s conventional microphone input for use in live performance. The microphone plugs right into your computer’s USB port, and functions seamlessly with your favorite recording software.
If you are reading this, you are already dead!
Hugo fights off his oversized pet as he heroically demonstrates the free app, My Local TV for iOS devices.
Garth goes from tech-man to tool-man in this episode as he demonstrates his handyman skills on how to install blinds. This is one for all those people who ask you how you shave or cook when you are blind. Don’t let us down Garth.
Garth scales over Apple’s garden wall to unbox and configure his first Android device, the
Samsung Galaxy S4.
In this episode Cullen demonstrates how to upgrade to the latest version of
using Windows XP.
In this Episode Bobby showcases the
Focus 14 Blue Wireless Braille Display
for the Blind by Freedom Scientific. With superior portability and advanced features, the Focus 14 Blue is the ultimate go-anywhere Braille interface device. Read text messages, navigate your smartphone screen, and enter text all without taking your phone off your belt or out of your bag. The Focus 14 Blue features an efficient, full featured Braille keyboard for your smartphone, plus the ability to read your smartphone’s display silently.