Offering products that are complimentary to what’s trending in the mainstream is key - Lesa Kretschmer, President of Florida Reading and Vision Technology Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
With devices like the iPad and Kindle Fire all the rave these days it seems only fair that the visually impaired should have access to an all inclusive media library in their pockets as well. Offering cutting edge technology for both the visually impaired and deaf populous for more than 13-years, industry powerhouse Florida Reading & Vision Technology Inc. is proud to offer a new product that meets the demands of today’s mainstream technology.
“Offering products that are complimentary to what’s trending in the mainstream is key,” states Lesa Kretschmer, President of Florida Reading and Vision Technology Inc. “People who suffer from vision loss also desire cutting edge, multi-faceted technology – they just seek devices that go the extra mile to adequately address their needs.”
The new and improved Victor Reader Stream (New Generation), manufactured by Humanware, does just that. This popular media player for people who are blind or visually impaired is sleeker and 28% smaller than its 2007 predecessor.
Despite its smaller size, the Victor Reader Stream (New Generation) manages to offer louder speakers, improved text-to-speech from Acapela, improved recording capabilities, faster USB transfers, and 32-gigabyte capacity SD cards, plus it easily connects to flash drives. And it offers the Softpak features of full stereo recordings, EPUB2 unprotected books, DOCX support, MP4 and iTunes M4A files, plus a built-in clock.
“Florida Reading & Vision Technology Inc. was founded on the principle of providing greater independence for those with vision and hearing loss,” states Kretschmer. “The wireless capabilities of the new Victor Reader Stream opens doors so that the visually impaired can also have access to the latest novels, magazines and music and right in the palm of their hands.”
The Victor Reader Stream (New Generation) is now available at the Florida Reading and Vision Technology Center located at 650 N. Andrews Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 or by ordering online at http://www.floridareading.com. For more information please call 954-525-5311.
About Florida Reading & Vision Technology Inc.
According to the World Health Organization there are approximately 285 million people in the world who are visually impaired, of whom 39 million are blind. Florida Reading & Vision Technology, Inc. (FRAVTI) is committed to offering safe and dependable products to those seeking greater independence. Founded in 2000 by Lesa Kretschmer, Fort Lauderdale, Florida based FRAVTI offers more than 800 products and tools that help those who are blind or visually impaired meet the needs of the broader public.
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