[ATI] Barcode Scanner
linda at coccovizzo.com
Fri Jun 15 14:56:03 CDT 2012
Chris and All,
I believe you will have access to directions on products as well, via
the directionsforme.com website. I love that site, by the way. Right
now, I use digit eyes on my iPhone and then go to the site on my
computer or phone. It's a little slow, but it works. I don't have to
chase the mailman down any more to borrow a pair of eyes for 30
One day I will probably give in and spend the extra money. I'm so happy
to be off of the unemployed blind list. A job is a beautiful thing.
(smile) I digress. Let us know how you like your new reader when you
Christopher Gray wrote:
> Hi Everybody:
> I rarely pass along advertisements, but here is one that really
> impressed me today.
> I've always felt that barcode scanning was a completely different
> animal than labeling. And, barcode scanning has always felt
> prohibitively expensive to me. I'm not sure why I have felt this way
> because I have not hesitated to spend far more on braille technology
> just as one example.
> Anyway, I heard a verbal ad about an hour ago mentioning a new barcode
> scanner from the AT Guys. I have quite a bit of respect for this
> company and at $149 with the software and updates free, I had to have
> a look. If you go to bcscan.com all the details are there along with
> an excellent audio demonstration and discussion of the system. It's
> about 10 minutes in length.
> Long story short, one of these units is on its way to me now!
> I hope this is helpful to some readers here.
> Christopher Gray, Executive Director
> Missouri Council of the Blind
> 5453 Chippewa
> St. Louis, MO 63109
> Phone: (314) 832-7172
> Toll-free: (800) 342-5632
> Fax: (314) 832-7796
> ATI (Adaptive Technology Inc.)
> A special interest affiliate of the Missouri Council of the Blind
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