Whether you’re researching for yourself or a loved one, choosing the right mobile phone if you’re experiencing sight loss can seem like a challenging task. With a vast range of different brands and devices to choose from, with varying features and price points, it can be hard to know where
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RealSam Pocket is a voice-activated smartphone device that has been designed to fit in with you and your lifestyle, to assist you in your day-to-day life. Not only has it been designed for and by people with visual impairment but has also been tried and tested with them as well.
It’s been a couple of weeks since my last blog. That’s because I’ve been on holiday – and glued to my Pocket As a family we’ve always preferred to go away within the UK and, having booked early last autumn, were lucky enough to have bagged a place in the
RealSAM Pocket has been around since 2017. The world’s first fully voice controlled phone designed from the ground up for blind and partially sighted people. Packing a punch with access to over 100,000 audiobooks, newspapers, magazines, podcasts and radio, it’s the perfect entertainment device that doubles up as a phone
A quick update on what our American sister company is up to. As you may remember, in October 2019 we were awarded a contract to turn a version of RealSAM Pocket into a prototype of a book reader for the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS)
There’s nothing we enjoy more than chatting to the team at RNIB Connect Radio and especially when we have a new product to launch! Louise Humphreys from RealSAM was invited to chat to Connect Radio’s Toby Davey about the new Sim free version of Pocket which adds a bit
I was never that good at sport at school. The bottle-top lenses in my glasses earned me a fair amount of stick in the classroom, but once I was without them on the sportsground I became a slow-moving target for everything from insults to cricket balls. And I’m afraid that