|Braille Star 40||Portable display that provides a “scratchpad” on which users can jot a few notes independently while connected to—or disconnected from—a computer. Allows users to download data from a computer into the scratchpad, and then disconnect from the computer to read, edit, add to and save the data.
Braille Star 40 is an ergonomically optimized Braille display with 40 piezoelectric Braille cells. It is designed for the combination with a laptop. Its integrated note taker function turns Braille Star 40 into a real star. Combined with a keyboard, Braille Star 40 can be used as a stand-alone note taker. Braille Star 40 is extremely compact and equipped with both a serial and USB interface. Optionally, Braille Star is available with Bluetooth? technology for wireless connection.
|Braille Star 80||Desktop display that provides a “scratchpad” on which users can jot a few notes independently while connected to—or disconnected from—a computer. Allows users to download
data from a computer into the scratchpad, and then disconnect from the computer to read, edit, add to and save the data.
|Braille Wave||40-character braille display with a built-in notetaker. May be connected to a notebook computer. Software package supplied allows notes to be easily transferred to Microsoft Word on a personal computer.
This portable 40-cell refreshable Braille display that can be used either connected to a computer through either a serial cable or Bluetooth(Optional).||email@example.com|
|Braillino with Bluetooth||Braille PDA that can be connected to off-the-shelf mobile phones and organizers to provide access to functions such as text messaging and e-mail. May be used with a docking firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Easy Braille||40-cell braille display with USB or optional Bluetooth connection. The braille display is concave, so the user's fingers fall directly on the braille email@example.com|
|Modular Evolution||Available with 88 or 64 braille cells, it is the first braille display to use the Active Tactile Control (ATC) technology, which senses the location of the user's fingers on the display. ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Way Finder Access||GPS software used with a cell phone and a GPS receiver. Interface lets users explore unfamiliar areas as well as identify, select and navigate to points of interest using pre-recorded prompts and a screen reader. Allows users to save favorite destinations; select passenger car, taxi or pedestrian routes; and always find out where they are with the "Where am I?" feature. Also provides information such as street crossings, points of interest and favorites within a vicinity, as well as speed, altitude and email@example.com|