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Victor Reader Trek Unconfig Talking Bk Player and GPS - SD

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Victor Reader Trek – GPS and media player

Orientation & entertainment in one mobile package

The Victor Reader Trek combines a GPS navigator and map browsing with an audio player, so you roam the city or enjoy your favorite book while riding the train. At the touch of a button, you can plan your trip, hear the nearest address, the direction you're heading and nearby points of interest. Mobility that remains easy and enjoyable.

Imagine a device that is on the cutting edge of GPS technology and offers you the best map browsing and intuitive mobility tools there are. Put simply: the confidence to get where you are going easily and the freedom to enjoy entertainment on the go. The Victor Reader Trek does just that! You can travel with confidence by browsing maps to plan your trip knowing that your landmarks will always be your points of reference. You can also watch your favourite show or listen to the latest book or podcast while you are riding the bus or the train. The Victor Reader Trek delivers on your expectations for ease of use, and GPS functionalities.

What's in the Box?

  • Victor Reader Trek device
  • Power adaptor
  • USB-Micro USB cable (long)
  • Short USB cable for support of thumb drives or cartridges
  • Headphones
  • SD Memory Card (8GB)
  • Carrying case
  • Black wrist strap
  • Getting started sheet


 Functional specifications

  • Toggle between Orientation Guidance and Book Reading
  • Uses GPS and provides vocal pedestrian or vehicle instructions
  • Navigate to a specific address or saved landmark
  • Record and follow a route to a location and back
  • “Where Am I” Key press to know your exact location and description of your surrounding
  • Record a voice tagged landmark
  • Explore points of interests around you
  • Navigate in open areas such as college campus, parks or similar
  • Directly download or transfer books from dedicated libraries
  • Internet radio streaming or transfer content to listen offline
  • Access Wikipedia
  • Bookmark and navigate content
  • Record audio notes, to-do lists, lectures, meeting notes or save new landmarks
  • Connects to Wi-fi, to a USB or to a Computer
  • Online or offline modes - no need for data sim card to use the device
  • Numeric keypad and specific key shapes for different functions
  • More detailed specifications and supported Libraries can be found on the Victor Reader Stream page
  • Battery autonomy L 12 to 15 hours
  • Battery recharge time: Up to 4 hours with AC adapter. May be longer with other chargers or PC recharge


14 Languages: English North America, English UK, English Australia, French France, French Canada, German, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Swedish, Spanish, Finnish, Italian, Arabic

Voice auto-switch mode: 2 languages in one device

Physical specifications

  • Dimensions: 114 x 62 x 24 mm (4.5’’ x 2.4’’ x 0.9’’)
  • Weight: 140 g (5.0 ounces), including battery

Technical specifications

  • HERE maps technology
  • Firmware upgrade via SD card or online
  • Battery updates via SD card or online
  • Battery: Lithium-Ion, 3.7V nominal
  • Power Supply: Switching type AC/DC. Input 100V – 240V, 50Hz – 60Hz. Output: Type A USB socket, 5VDC, 1A
  • SD (Secure Digital) card slot supports up to 32gb SDHC cards
  • Talking Book formats: DAISY 2, 2.02 , NISO Z39.86 2002,/2005, NIMAS 1.1, unprotected EPUB 2, LGK
  • Built-in 500 mW speaker, 3.5mm stereo Headset jack and Bluetooth for listening on Bluetooth headsets
  • Built-in mono omni-directional microphone
  • Built in GPS
  • Audible: Enhanced format supported (.aax)
  • Text-to-Speech: Acapela
  • Recording: MP3 format
  • Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n operating in the 2.4GHz band


  • 1-Year Warranty

Download Product Manual Here.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Ian Gorman
    Geographic Freedom

    in old age. my vision deteriorated, I began to buy visual aids, beginning witha Victo Reader Stream 2. Six monthslater, I replaced the VR Stream 2 with a Victor Reader Trek because I realized that I could no longer find my way around city streets that I had roamed on foot and by bicycle for four decades.

    VR Trek has restored my freedom to roam\. On foot, VR Trek announces and describes each intersection as I approach the intersection. On a bus or in a car, VR Trek announces the first cross street at each intersection and the name of thecross street, beginning on the right and going to the left if their is no cross street on the right. So I know where I am on foot, and where to get off if I am on a bus. If I am going to a new destination, I can set a route and get all that information plus instructions. With Trek, I can take public transit downtown, walk to several downtown locations, and return home by public transit.

    I find VR Trek easier to use than GPS on a smartphone bcause VR Trek is entirely controlled with physical buttons that I can find by touch.

    VR Trek does not reduce the need for the skills and tools you used before Trek, VR Trek only ads more information that will increase the effectiveness of your skills and abilities. Like other GPS devices, VR Trek will sometimes fail for short periods. . When that happends, you must depend on the information that you can acquire without Trek.

    I have beem usingVR Trek for 2.5 years.