Gateway DX4860 Review Blind Appeal

Legally Blind mom creates a Gateway DX4860 Review for the work-from-home up-and-coming middle class. Born blind, she needed a computer that could handle the adaptive technology software at a price point the doesn't break the budget.
 
 
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Dec. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Disabled people need the Gateway DX4860 Reviewed by one of their own. Time and again the ‘normal’ (Though who that crowd is, none of us know.) people reach out to help chose the product that best meets the disabled person’s needs. The 2000 U.S. Census shows us that 49.7 million people in the U. S. age 5 and over have a disability -- nearly 1 in 5 U.S. residents, or 19 percent. {Source: The Center for Accessible Society.) The number is only going to grow with our Baby Boomers ageing. Here is a computer that will handle the demands of assistive software while meeting the price point that cripples many on fixed low incomes. For those who don’t get government aid handed to them on a plate, the daily additional cost of being disabled boggles the mind.

See the Gateway DX4860 here  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007W11590/ref=as_li_ss_...

Kimberly received a buggy, no-name machine from a government contractor 7 years ago. The machine ran slowly and wasn’t adequate to the ever evolving needs of more powerful software. There was no technical support from day one. Now Gateway offered a machine that not only has the power, RAM, and processor speed necessary. There is customer support that answers the phone and the questions!

To view her video go to http://youtu.be/66Il108WDMA



There are programs for the disabled. They are hard to qualify for and the hoops you jump through are numerous. Contractors ooprc seem to control the quality of the machines as they squeeze for every possible dime. Gateway’s DX4860 has a price point that is attainable. Using a tower instead of an all in one or a laptop also provides for future component evolution. Ten USB ports makes the machine an easy option for connecting peripherals with ease.

To review Kimberly's blog http://www.squidoo.com/gateway-dx4860-review-today

Read the Gateway DX4860 Review and decide to supply one for your disabled family or friend for Christmas.
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