Amazon to improve Kindle for people with special needs

12/8/2009 | WebProNews (Lexington, Ky.) · MSNBC

Amazon is making changes to its Kindle, focusing on enhancements that will improve the user experience for people who have visual impairments or dyslexia. New audible menus will make it easier for users who cannot see to navigate the device, and an extra-large text option will also help users. A number of advocacy groups and universities have criticized Amazon's latest e-reader for being difficult to use for people who are visually impaired.

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