[Loadstone] article: n70, loadstone, seeing with sound, etc

Alan Yoder jayren at vistech.net
Mon Jun 9 21:41:23 BST 2008


Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> The n70 is a very nice phone but I've had some troubles with mine. The multy 
> bluetooth doesn't seem to work as well as it should, I couldn't get the gps 
> receiver and a bluetooth headset to both connect, one or the other would get 
> knocked off. Other than that the phone would do all you need. To find one 
> look on ebay or elsewhere online for an unlocked phone, your provider really 
> doesn't have to support it. You may want to look at a newer third edition 
> phone, they're newer, have more features, and may have more firmware updates 
> available. Use google and see what you can find by comparing the various 
> phones.
> As far as screen readers go, I use talks and it seems to work well. I've 
> tested mobilespeak and the version I have for testing has some serious 
> problems. That version may be outdated so maybe the problems have now been 
> fixed, you'd have to try the demos and see for yourself.
> For the gps receiver, I'd recommend the royaltek or holux m1000. Radio shack 
> will probably be useless for this like most other things. Again, try google, 
> there's lots of online sources for all this stuff and it's usually 
> reasonably priced.
>
> On Tue, 3 Jun 2008, Alan Yoder wrote:
>
>   
>>    Can't find a carrier that supports the n70 phone, since the article
>> was about this unit I thought I'd look for it specifically.
>> Elsewise, what unit should I select that has the same features?
>> 1: multibluetooth (gps, headset, keyboard)
>> 2: java (seeing with sound)
>> 3: decent amount of memory (sws images and loadstone points)
>> 4: ability to play music (through bluetooth headset, wanted for sws
>> applet, not music really)
>> 5: ability to run mobilespeak (as I understand talx is not as good as
>> the other)
>>
>> The closest I could come to finding the n70 was a provider that had the n75.
>> Also, should I research what protocol the phone uses, get something to
>> set up a working mobility solution, then add phone services later?
>> No experience with gps recievers either. need help selecting a good unit
>> here. can radioshack assist and not leave me with one of those screen
>> based gps units for sighted folk?
>>
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The nokia folks recomended the n60, is that a way to go, rather is that 
a valid way to go?
at&t currently supports the n75, how different is this phone from the 
n70 in the 'pim and i' article and the n60 mentioned by nokia.
nokia suggested i view the compare phones thing on the web site, however 
this appears to be most inaccessible.
I can't google anything because I don't know what i'm looking for.



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