A year or so ago I did a podcast on my Connected Home which I will most likely update this year. However, to cover the other side of my life (work), this is the magic list.
I often get asked what type of general and assistive tech stuff I use for work. So here is most of the stuff I use to allow me to test, evaluate, demo, podcast, and use.
Certainly makes accessing the technology that much easier, as I have it at my finger tips, just grab what I need and go.
The tech listed is separate to what my family and I use at home. I.e. I don’t have to strip anything out of home in order to use when I go out and about for work.
This was my aim as it got to annoying for my family with me constantly nicking stuff for work, so my tech lab was born.
David Woodbridge January 2020.
The list is roughly sorted in to Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, miscellaneous, and assistive technology.
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Apple watch Series 3 Cellular with several bands.
Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker..
Beats Power Pro ear phones.
Beats Studio Over Ear head phones.
iPad 9.7 with keyboard, and iPad Pro 12.9 with Smart Keyboard.
iPhone X (original).
iPod Touch 7th generation.
MacBook Pro with Touch bar.
Magic Keyboard 2nd generation..
Magic keyboard with Number pad.
Amazon Echo Dot 2nd generation.
Amazon Echo Input.
Amazon Kindle Ebook Reader.
Surface Pro with Smart keyboard.
Samsung Galaxy S10.
Samsung Galaxy Watch.
Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Aftershokz bone Conduction head phones.
Audio mixer (mainly for podcasting (my iSee podcast), and Vision Australia Radio (Talking Tech show).
2 microphone wireless kit for recording interviews (Aldi special).
Blue Yeti USB Microphone.
Belkin Boost Up Wireless charger.
Bluetooth transmitter (connects to Bluetooth device and then plugs in to a 3.5mm speaker, head phone etc - comes in handy for recording output from Apple Watch))
Bose Frames audio sunglasses.
Eve Energy switch.
Eve Weather module.
LIFX Smart Globe.
Dash Educational Robot - accessible programming for blind/low vision via Swift Playgrounds on iPad..
Tello Edu Drone for use with swift Playgrounds on iPad.
Sets of 3D figures for coding with the Ballyland Coding 1, 2, and 3 iOS apps.
Fitbit Charge 2.
Head Phones Wired/Bluetooth (Aldi Special).
Head phones 3.5MM (quite a few of these).
Logitech UsB head phone and stereo speakers.
ScanJig Pro + - document scanning/OCR, and Video conferencing.
Skoog Tactile music instrument
Power Bank portable charger for running the Amazon Echo Dot and Telstra Hotspot if power not available.
Several power boards and extension cables.
Several 3.5MM audio and Lightning to 3.5MM adapters.
USB Lightning, Micro, Macro, USBC, keyboard extension cables etc, and chargers. Plus universal power point adapters for international travel.
UsB port replicator for multiple USB and other ports.
4 UsB adapter to plug in to power point to support direct plugging in of cables to charge devices.
UsB External Hard drive.
Various adapters for iPhone/iPad (VGA, HDMI etc).
Various UsB and memory card types.
Tile Tag Tracking device.
Telstra Hot spot.
BrailleSense U2 Braille note taker.
Dolphin Gide Connect and Guide Reader with physical remote.
Dolphin Guide Pod.
Envoy Connect Daisy player.
Large print USB black/white, white/black, and yellow/black keyboards.
Mini Guide sonar device.
Pac Mate USB Braille Display from 2004 still working.
RIVO Custom keyboard for using Voiceover on iOS and Talkback/Voice Assistant on Android/Samsung.
Tap With Us wearable keyboard.
Orbit Reader 20 Braille display.
Pearl Camera with OpenBook.
Victor Reader Stream 2nd generation.
Switch control devices for iOS.
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