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The ODIN VI is a talking cell phone that is 100 percent accessible to the blind. It speaks everything that is on the screen, speaks the keys that you press and even prompts you to perform certain functions. Create your own contacts and move through your contact list to hear the names read out loud. Write text messages and hear your incoming messages spoken to you. Access your call log to learn which calls you missed. The ODIN VI speaks the caller ID, as well as the amount of battery charge, the signal strength and the time and date. You can even select between a few different voices and choose between a white on black or black on white display. The exterior of the phone is black.
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Made With You In Mind
The keypad has nicely spaced large buttons to ensure ease of use, and the menus are simple and easy to navigate. The control buttons are different colors and shapes so that you always press the correct button.
This is a unique cell phone designed specifically for the blind and visually impaired. We have found that this cell phone is particularly popular with seniors and others who just want an easy-to-use accessible basic cell phone. There is nothing else like it in the world!
The ODIN VI speaks English, Spanish, French and other European languages.
Instructional Podcasts for Odin VI
We have put together 5 tutorials that provide instruction on how to use the Odin VI. Access instructional podcasts now.
Try an ODIN VI at These Locations
There are several U.S. locations where you can try out the ODIN VI. Find them here.
Our friends at The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired, have put together this video demonstrating some of the ODIN VI's great features. Watch to learn more about this accessible phone. You can also purchase the ODIN VI through The Chicago Lighthouse.