Wayfaring wafer

This new GPS device has voice input for control, and voice output instead of a screen. It’s about 2 inches by 3 inches by a half inch thick. It’ll cost about $200, and it also plays mp3s and FM radio. Perfect for blind and low vision users, probably others, as long as they speak French. That’s right, only French for now. We’re gonna wait for one in Urdu, with a can opener.

Ubergizmo: Kapsys Kapten GPS Navigation System

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