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For sale is a ScannaR reading machine from HumanWare. This is a all-in-one reading machine that uses a flatbed scanner. Ideal for seniors or those who want a simple reading machine solution. Here's some more info. ScannaR (Scan and Read) is a scanner and voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact flat bed scanner automatically scans text and reads it aloud. Users can control speed and volume of speech by turning a dial. All functions are performed using seven buttons with tactile markings. In addition to reading printed materials aloud, the machine can store up to 500,000 pages of text, and can be used to capture print materials for the BrailleNote or VoiceNote notetakers (see separate entries) by transferring the saved files using Active Sync. Unit is testing and works great. We'll also throw in a 90-day warranty against defects. Comes with unit and power cable. Asking $300 plus shipping.
Posted Wednesday, 22-Oct-2014 6:10 PM ET
I have a Pearl camera in excellent condition for sale. Includes carrying case. You will need Openbook software. I would like $375. Willing to negotiate. I accept paypal or popmoney. Thank you.
Posted Monday, 06-Oct-2014 6:28 PM ET
In excellent condition, use the Pearl with Open Book 9 to scan printed documents. The Pearl easily folds, and can be carried in its neoprene case so you can be comfortable knowing it’s protected if you need to take it on the road. I’m asking four hundred dollars, and will accept payment with a certified check.
Posted Friday, 03-Oct-2014 6:00 PM ET
I have a Windows 8.1 tablet, the Asus Transformer T100 Series with keyboard for $300, a Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy Nexus running Android Kit Kat for $100, and a Samsung Haven for $30.
Posted Tuesday, 30-Sep-2014 5:10 PM ET
Up for sale is a Macbook pro 2012 2.9 ghz quad core i7 750 gb hdd, 8 gb ram, 13 inch screen non retina display model. Perfect condition, Apple care good for another year yet. Unsure what documentation I'll need to give with to show proof of apple care. Asking $900 or best offer. Will to trade for brand new macbook air possibly.
Next I am selling an iPad air that is only a few months old, 16 gb white on verizon comes with zag folio keyboard case. Asking $600 for the whole package. Original box, cables etc, mint condition. Just need the cash.
Lastly I have an iPhone purchased at full price to be used on the straight talk network. This phone uses the verizon towers but I only pay $45 for everything unlimited on 3g speeds. Asking $300, This is a great deal for someone looking to save money on their phone bill but get the same service as everyone else.
Posted Monday, 29-Sep-2014 08:10 AM ET
I am selling the following two laptops, whose specifications will be listed below. Laptop Number 1:
Dell Inspiron 6400
Features: Win 7 Pro 32-bit; 2 GB (max memory installed) 100 GB HDD; WIFI; built-in modem; built-in network port; no Bluetooth; great
sound; media buttons on front for controlling music; has demo of Jaws pre-installed (buyer can specify which screen reader he or she prefers.), processor
is a Core 2 Duo T7200 running at 2.00 GHZ. Display size is 15.4 inches. No built-in Bluetooth. Laptop works well; is from about 2007-8; i refurbished it.
Has brand-new installed battery; new AC adapter. Battery life is averaging about 4 or more hours, depending on what you are running. Asking $150.00 for
this computer. Will come with computer and charger.
Laptop Number 2: Sony VPCSE13FX/D or Sony Vaio
This Sony has tons of features including a very thin full 1080P HD display, WiDi display capable for sending audio and video to a TV (adapter for WiDi
not included.), an HDMI connection, 1 3.0 USB port; 1 2.0 USB port, 1 VGA connection, built-in WIFI, built-in Bluetooth; built-in network port; built-in
SD car slots (there are two different sizes.) Windows 7 64-bit pre-installed; Jaws Demo pre-installed (can install any demo of screen reader user wants.)
Processor: Intel Core I5 2430M running at 2.40 GHZ; turbo boost technology up to 3.00 GHZ; 4 GB of installed memory; 640 GB HDD; DVD/CD/DVDRW/BlueRay (I
think) capable. Full 100-key keyboard, including num pad. Keyboard is backlit, though this feature I currently have disabled because I cannot see the keys.
Also weighs 3.8 lbs without sheet battery; 4.4 with. Comes with AC adapter, and an extended sheet-like battery that clips onto the bottom. You do not need two adapters to charge this
computer; you simply plug the adapter in, and both batteries are used. You can expect to get 6-10 hours, depending on what is on (WIFI or Bluetooth) for
example. Asking $350.00. There are no issues with the computer, though it has been used extensively; therefore, minor scratches from normal uses are present.
There is a chip on the screen cover (lower left hand corner), but that doesn't affect being able to see the display at all. Also, escape key is dented
in; plus, CD drive switch is a little dented inward. This laptop was a refurbished unit when I bought it, so I assume this was used heavily. Thanks for
**Prices have been reduced on both machines***
On the Sony, you save $70.00 and on the Dell, you save $10.00
Hurry, while supplies last!!
Would be willing to trade for a Microsoft Surface (1st generation or newer), MacBook Air, Lenovo Yoga, or Lenovo ThinkPad X240. Accept PayPal only; no payment plans. Thank you.
Posted Thursday, 25-Sep-2014 2:32 PM ET
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