Robotron Text Reader 320
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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Robotron Text Reader 320 is a voice output reading machine designed to convert any type of text into spoken words for persons who are blind or have low vision. Operating like a photocopier, this portable, electronic device consists of six processors designed to read text with high accuracy and speed; it reads a page in 10 seconds; and font size extends from 6 - 72 point. The device reads either through a pair of headphones or a speaker. A mode key allows the user to set a variety of special parameters, and cursor keys enable the user to shift through the text. This system also empowers the user to transfer the coverted text to a computer through a choice of major word processor formats, or to a peripheral device such as a Braille printer; graphic images may also be generated, using image compression formats. In addition, the user is able to reprogram the device's Flash ROM memory through the ability to upgrade the internal software at any time in order to stay on track with future innovations in OCR (optical character recognition) technology. COMPATIBILITY: Eureka A4, IBM PC or Apple Macintosh. CAPACITY: Maximum document size - 8.57 x 14 inches. DIMENSIONS: 21 x 13.3 x 5 inches. WEIGHT: 18 pounds.
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