Help picking a tablet for Dyslexic daughter


My daughter has dyslexia and the school told us that Learning Ally is a great source for audio books. The problem I’m running into is that Learning Ally will not work with any of our devices. I don’t want to spend a lot so an iPad is not an option. Learning Ally will not work with Fire tablets , Nook e-readers or my Windows RT tablets either. She’ll wear headphones so sound quality is not real important but she’ll need to follow along on the device while it reads to her so the screen quality would matter some.

Learning Ally will work with Full windows, Android 4.1 or higher. It will work on Chromebooks also but think those would be to expensive. Does anyone have any experience with the NuVision tablets that go on sale on Microsoft? I really wish it would work with the Fire tablets since something similar to it would probably work the best. Thanks

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