Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Kindle gets the sound menu will add two features of Kindle electronic book reader that will make this gadget more accessible for people with visually and completely blind people. Thus, the new version of Kindle reader has the option to voice interpreted the contents and is intended for blind students and those with other disabilities, including diseases such as dyslexia. In the sound options menu Amazon said that working on a version that will allow increasing the font on the screen, which is primarily intended for users with visual impairments. This benefit should become available in the Kindle readers of next summer, says the company.

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