Alva Braille Terminal 320
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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The ALVA Braille Terminal 320 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a 23-cell display that can represent up to 20 braille characters, with three additional status cells to provide information on the position of the personal computer cursor, the position of the braille display, and typography (underlining, italic, bold, etc.). This braille display is lightweight and easy to carry. To operate, it is connected to a personal computer using a single parallel or serial cable. It has two other ports which can be used for additional applications such as a printer and connecting a second computer with ALVA Feelme software. On its front side, the display has 23 piezo electric braille cells, touch cursors, four navigation keys, and three operating keys. On its back side it has one 25-pin parallel port, one 25-pin printer pass-through port, one 9-pin serial port, and an on/off switch. This braille display comes with parallel and serial cables, two keyboard supports, standard braille DOS software and Windows drivers, Jaws scripts for DTC support, and manuals for the display and the DOS software. All manuals are on diskette, and the display manuals are also in braille and print. This braille display will work with outSPOKEN, Jaws, WindowEyes, HAL, Protalk, SWB, Visionbraille and other screen reader programs, and with various hardware and software speech synthesizers. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: MS-DOS or Windows 3.11/95/98/NT/2000/XP. POWER: Uses battery or adapter (included). DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1 x 8 x 11 inches. WEIGHT: 3.3 pounds.