Mar 28 –
Amazon Fire tablets are budget competitors in the marketplace of touch screen devices, with the basic model costing less than $50. Fire tablets come with a built-in screen reader, support for some Braille displays, and a screen magnifier, as well as Alexa support However, there may be some trade-offs in switching to a Fire, especially if you are used to another touchscreen device.
In this workshop, we’ll walk through the accessibility features, performance, pros and cons of these tablets. If you’re considering buying a Fire, or if you have one and want to share and learn more about it, this workshop is for you. The workshop is open to all, but an RSVP is required. To RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-694-7368. This class is free to participants through support from the City of San Francisco’s SF Connected program.