Quite a few merchants sell a variety of products for blind and visually limited persons. They offer white canes, magnifiers, braille and talking watches, clocks, scales, thermometers and other products, specialized cooking equipment, and more.
- Computers for the Blind (CFTB), which was formerly The Texas Center for the Visually Challenged, is a volunteer organization that provides affordable refurbished computers with accessibility software to persons who are blind or visually impaired. Its computers are equipped with Windows 7, a licensed version of MAGic without speech screen magnification software and NVDA screen reader software. The computers also have trial versions of JAWS screen reader software and Talking Typing Teacher, a talking typing tutorial software. Training is also provided. Information can be found by calling (214) 340-6328 or by visiting CFTB's web site at:
- The following are sites for some of the larger online merchants:
People with disabilities can find special equipment to suit their needs under the "Accessibility" section in Apple's online store.
- The following web site provides accessible manuals, guides and "cheat sheets" for operating many common items, including computers, cell and smart phones, other small electronic products, measuring tools, radio equipment and more: