Kindle Paperwhite vs Kindle Oasis: Accessibility showdown

Front of Kindle Oasis with side shots of different colored sides.

There has been a lot of controversy over the years as to what eReader is the most accessible and usable. Amazon, Apple and others have developed devices for reading books with large print and with speech, but lets just look at eReaders for the time being. Amazon has two devices that are commonly used in… Continue Reading Kindle Paperwhite vs Kindle Oasis: Accessibility showdown

#iACast 51: Accessibility of the Kindle PaperWhite

Black Kindle Paperwhite

On this episode of the iACast, Aleeha, Jason, Michael, and Anne Currie discuss the accessibility of eReaders developed by Amazon. Discussion primarily focuses on the Kindle Paperwhite,an eReader commonly used in the educational system. It has a unique accessibility system, requiring a blind user to purchase the reader as a Bundle. We discuss the pros and cons of this method… Continue Reading #iACast 51: Accessibility of the Kindle PaperWhite

Amazon Brings Accessibility to Kindle for Desktop

Amazon

Amazon has been working on accessibility in their products lately with their Fire tablets and with their e-readers, but they have started in other areas as well. Recently, Amazon has made their Kindle application for Windows accessible with NVDA, and this is a big deal for users and the assistive technology industry. Kindle with NVDA?… Continue Reading Amazon Brings Accessibility to Kindle for Desktop

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