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Braille Hansone is a braille notetaker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It features an eight-key braille keyboard for input, and output through speech and a 32-cell braille display with cursor routing keys. This notetaker uses the Windows CE operating system, and has word processor, Internet, e-mail, address book, calculator, calendar, and watch functions. Users can import and edit documents written on Microsoft Word or on Korean language (Hangul) word processor software from Haansoft Inc. Documents can be printed on an ink printer or braille printer without additional editing or conversion. Document input in braille can be converted into print characters automatically. The notetaker can be connected to other computers running Windows and can display text of the computer through braille and speech. The notetaker has 64 megabytes (MB) of internal flash memory, which can be extended by inserting a PCMCIA-type flash memory card or a USB-type portable flash disk. POWER: Uses lithium ion battery.
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