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Aph Pocketbraille

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PocketBraille is a portable notetaking device with speech output. The user types text into the unit via a built-in braille keyboard. Text can be reviewed using the built-in speech synthesizer. Text can also be sent to or received from a computer via the RS-232 serial and Centronics parallel ports provided, allowing the user to edit and review text from the computer using the PocketBraille's keyboard and voice output. Approximately 200 pages of Braille-formatted text may be stored. The rear panel includes an earphone jack, speed and volume knobs for speech control, and a plug for future expansion. Text can be stored permanently (when the power is off) using either an optional add- on memory unit or an interface to a cassette tape machine (memory unit or interface extra). POWER: Rechargeable battery. DIMENSIONS: 8 x 4 x 2 inches. WEIGHT: 14.5 ounces.

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905.00
as of: 
04/23/2003
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