This week, we talk about getting the right tips for ear buds, and Bluetooth Low Energy and we also discuss and set up the Mee Connect Hub Dual Bluetooth connection device for sharing with multiple headphones via Bluetooth.
This week, we talk a little about lockdown and conclude our talking recorder thoughts.
This week, Angie’s trip to the dentist and some general catch up.
This week, we finish up with Blindshell, including mentioning bugs fixed since Part 1.
This week, a look at the Blindshell Classic, which is a simple to use mobile phone, with some surprisingly advanced features.
This week, Angie asks Vector the weather, with interesting results.
This week, an extra long podcast, the unboxing of Vector, our cute little robot.
This week, catch up and music boxes.
This week, a song from Lissa, a customer, and a new member of the family: Steve’s Pixel 4XL.
This week, we have been here, there and everywhere with work. This is just a catch up, with some news of new gadgets Steve saw at Sight Village London.
This week, we go really eclectic, talking about the RiVO 2 Bluetooth keyboard, then healthy eating.
This week, some down time for us.
This week, a Computer Room Services product overview of the Evo E10 Digital Media Player.
This week, Steve gets new headphones and we introduce some new products sold by us at Computer Room Services, including new Daisy players and a new labelling system.
This week, as requested, a brief demo of the Kapsys MiniVision, which is currently on sale, as are all the Kapsys phones. Please see show note links.
This week, some oddities with Google Keep and we visit Octavia Hill’s birthplace in Wisbech and visit the museum, which includes Octavia’s Nightmare, the dungeon of course. Poor Debbie is scared!
This week, we discuss anxiety and the Wellbeing Service.
This week, we talk true wireless ear buds, that is to say, those that charge inside a case.
This week, we demonstrate the phone functions of the In Your Pocket device from RealSam.
This week, we talk about the Naidex 2019 exhibition, which we had the pleasure of attending, along with Sean Tibbets, CEO of CyberTimez, the manufacturers of the CyberEyez software. In fact, we won the Naidex 2019 Tech Innovation award for CyberEyez. Well done Sean and everyone working on CyberEyez, it has changed our lives!
This week, we talk about Angie’s birth Week celebrations.
This week, Email problems abound and some new podcast listening.
This week, we discuss a new (to the UK) portable accessible power bank from Energrid.
This week, one of Steve’s guilty pleasures, Peppa Pig comes to the fore, as he demonstrates Princess Peppa!
This week, we talk Christmas presents and catch up.
This week, we catch up, then talk about Christmas and look ahead to the New Year.
This week, we begin the search for a new support worker. We’d like to thank Emma very much for five years of excellent work.
This week, where’s our pizza?
This week, catching up and a Sight Village London 2018 round up.
This week, we talk about some new products just arrived.
This week, Angie talks aims and dreams, and Steve talks about a great accessible PC game from Out Of Sight Games.
This week, we discuss dedicated Braille note takers.
This week, a mini review of an excellent game for Amazon Echoes, plus a binaural recording of the London Underground from Brian.
This week, Brian demonstrates one of the range of Samsung talking televisions.
This week, we’re back at the caravan and we briefly touch on a feature coming next time, on accessible TV.
This week, Steve talks about new tech that he saw at Sight Village, and is particularly impressed with a musical keyboard and its accessibility, and a mobility aid that can be worn on the wrist like a fit band.
Two features this week, you lucky people. Julie tells us about a new talking portable battery pack and Carla navigates us around Netflix on the Amazon Firestick TV.
This week, Carla invites us to navigate Youtube with the Amazon TV Firestick, and Steve makes more observations about the Olympus LS-P4 recorder.
This week, Carla gives us a demo of Tune-In Radio on the Amazon Fire Stick.