I found a local company offering the Dasung 253. They say they have provided some of these monitors to the government for employees who had intolerance to LCD displays. This shows that these monitors are already being used for accessibility purposes. I am really struggling to get through my studies with my eye strain issues currently getting worse. Also, new software in my IT program does not work on my trusted Windows 2015 LTSB. It's now or never for me to find a solution.
I'm going to make a strong case to my school's accessibility department, backed up with a good letter from my doctor, that I need this monitor to have a equal access to my education as a student with a disability (I already have this status, so the application is simplified somewhat).
The school applies for me to the government to get the funding. It’s really a long shot because there is a lot of money involved and the government will try and find a reason to reject me. Still, it could be life-changing, so I am doing the closest thing I have to praying.
Imagine if we could get these monitors from our workplaces for accessibility reasons? This is NOT unreasonable. Instead of saying modern technology is broken, which is true but doesn’t help our case that much, let’s say that NEW technology is making the workplace more accessible and that under the law / human rights codes etc. this needs to be considered.
Again, a lot of hurdles here. Wish me luck, please. I’m going to need it. Appointments start tomorrow.
I trust this vendor:
They have a better reputation than goodereader. The price on ereader.store includes German tax. If sent to non-EU location the tax is removed.