OP Ed Tech Review: A Blind Perspective

From Deborah Kendrick:


On May 18, Best Buy's Insignia line of products rolled out its new tabletop radio.  Capable of picking up any of the HD stations (about 4,000 of them now around the country) as well as standard AM and FM radio broadcasts, Best Buy's Narrator radio is sleek in appearance and crystal clear in sound. The proverbial icing on the cake is that, whether you can see well enough to make use of the visual display or not, you can operate all of the radio's primary features easily. 

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