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Subject: Re: Which Toshiba model
I have been very happy with my F40, but I am not a blind user nor am I using
the voice portion. I will say that the touch pad has grooves on it so you
could tell where your finger was without looking. It is shaped like a plus
sign with the middle of the plus sign being the select.
I hope that helps
On 6/19/07, Robert Menes <viewtiful.icchan_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/19/07, RaZorbacK <email@example.com<https://firstname.lastname@example.org/>>
> > Robert Menes écrivait Le 19/06/2007 15:33 :
> > > None of the Gigabeat S models are supported yet, so get yourself an F
> > > model for now.
> > > And as for the X models, those were sold more overseas than here in
> > the
> > > U.S., so you
> > > may not come across them as often.
> > Rob,
> > and, have you any idea concerning the accessibility of the toshiba's
> > sensitive keypad for a blind user? I mean, is it completely sensitive or
> > are there some kind of buttons that we could feel with our fingers?
> > TIA,
> > Sof
> > Hi RaZorbacK,
> Besides the buttons on the side of the player? The crosspad felt kind of
> raised a tiny bit to me. But then again, it's been a while since I've had
> hands on a Gigabeat; I installed it on a coworker's Gigabeat F some
> time ago and I haven't been able to gain access to it since.
> Anyone else have any word about the Gigabeat crosspad?
> (Rockbox user since 12/28/06; running on a 5.5G iPod video, 30GB)
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Received on 2007-06-19
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