VictorReader Trek is a handheld talking GPS for people who are blind or visually impaired. It verbally announces names of streets, intersections and landmarks as you walk, allowing you to always know where you are and where you are going. Simply press a button and it tells your current nearest address, cardinal direction of travel, and description of the next intersection. To travel to a specific location, type in an address, search for a landmark, or record a route as you walk. Save a location with a voice tagged landmark to pull up for future trips. Trek provides different directions for pedestrian or vehicle travel to ensure the safest and most effective directions for mode of travel. VictorReader Trek also incorporates all of the simple book reading and media playback experience of the VictorReader Stream to give you 2 great devices in one! Other features include Bluetooth connectivity for headphones or other input devices, Tom Tom maps (which now include entire country maps), and iBeacon readiness for future indoor navigation functionality. Weighs only 5 ounces.
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