I was just looking at the user guide for the Book port Plus. I
remember back when I was attending high school I remember using a book port. I am not too sure what high school is called over in other nations. Over here, it is the last four years of education before you attend university. Anyway, when I started university, I was loaned a victor wave, but I returned that to the university, and got myself a victor reader stream. At this time, the book port was not being sold. Plus, the victor reader stream was the device to get at this time because of the NLS support. If I remember right, I got the victor reader stream around 2009 or so. Now I have the new gen victor reader stream. That basically bring me to the question of who uses what device for reading books and why? I am assuming that the victor reader stream is the most popular simply because of it being the only player of its’ type for a few years. Now days, there are other devices like it on the market with slightly different features. Plus there are apps on IOS like voice dream reader that will take care of most of what the victor reader stream will do. Note the word most. You have to get more than one app to cover the features that victor reader stream covers and each of those apps has a different lay out. Plus you can get kindle books from amazon. Add to that, we can use our phones to do OCR on the printed page. Add to that, FS is improving the OCR feature in JAWS so that JAWS can use the connected scanner to your PC to access the printed page. Anyway, let the discussion begin.