MegaVoice Releases New Tablet Device, ‘The Envision Bible,’ Allowing for Greater Worldwide Access to the Bible

MEDIA ADVISORY – MegaVoice, the organization that pioneered solar-powered audio Bibles, recently released the Envision Bible, a tablet designed specifically for visual learners, the deaf, and the hearing impaired so they can experience the content of the Bible. The high quality touchscreen tablet offers both security and accessibility, along with an intuitive, icon-based, easy-to-navigate user interface.

MegaVoice released the Envision Bible, a tablet for visual learners, the deaf, and the hearing impaired so they can experience the Bible.Designed for use in remote regions across the world, the Envision has an internal Li-Ion battery that can be charged through a micro USB cable via solar panels, power supply, a computer, or an external power bank. It offers 6 full hours of playback at full volume and maximum brightness. Both audio and video content can be loaded onto the Envision, and MegaVoice’s Scripture-based audio content is available in thousands of languages. Even video content such as the ASL Bible (American Sign Language), Lumo Project Gospel Films or The Jesus Film, can be loaded onto the Envision. It has a 10 inch LCD touchscreen, a durable, shock-resistant exterior, two high-volume output internal speakers, a 3.5mm audio jack for earphones or an external speaker.

The MegaVoice team revealed the Envision at a special press conference during the 2021 National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Christian Media Convention. They shared trends in global missions and debuted the Envision as another staple product in their catalog that can help accelerate worldwide access to Scripture.

Charles Cibene, CEO at MegaVoice:

“We were excited to release the Envision because it has so many wonderful implications for people in remote regions, especially those who are unreached. Most importantly, it reaches another subset of individuals who need to experience the Bible regularly– those who are deaf or hearing impaired. Being able to experience Scripture in an audiovisual way can be incredibly impactful for these individuals as well as visual learners. We believe this device really rounds out our catalog, and it’s got the same security, durability, and solar-powered capacity that our partner ministries have come to expect from our products.”

The release of the Envision is part of MegaVoice’s Press On campaign, where Christian organizations can expand their global ministry to reach thousands of people with the Gospel. More information about the Press On campaign, and how to partner with MegaVoice, can be found at MegaVoice.com/PressOn.


CONTACT: Darrel Templeton, 757-634-5230, [email protected]


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