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Old 04-07-2012, 10:07 PM   #1
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Text To Speech Query

Hello

I don't have a Pocketbook, in fact until earlier this evening they had completely passed me by as I have a Sony Reader.

However, I friend mentioned she had one so I investigated and found that some models use TTS. As my husband is totally blind he has to rely on speech in order to read and if the Pocketbook can actually read books to him it would be something I would be interested in buying.

Could someone please let me know how good TTS is, which model is best for TTS and if it can be set as the default for reading all books or if it has to be set on a per book basis. Also, are the navigation screens also speech enabled so that he can find the books and the settings he needs? In fact, the complete lowdown on TTS would be great

Thanking you in advance.

Cheers
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