If you are a student or professional who is blind and seeking for a smart, accessible device to take notes, check out Humanware’s new BrailleNote Touch. The company has noted the device to be, “The note taker of the future.”
The BrailleNote Touch is the first certified Braille tablet providing access to the Google Play Store. The BrailleNote Touch’s linear, user-friendly menu and interface make it easy to learn for both students and teachers alike. Further, the device “combines the benefits of KeySoft and braille literacy of a traditional note taker with the efficiency and power of a modern tablet.”
Other Features of the BrailleNote Touch:
- Optimized for today’s technology
- Frequent automatic updates
- First letter navigation for efficiency everywhere
- Provides general navigation help, speech and Braille in all-accessible 3rd party apps
- TouchBraille is “the most natural way to type Braille on a touchscreen”
- Great for use in the classroom, office, library, home and more!
- Features familiar KeySoft apps for classroom work:
- KeyWord to create and edit documents
- Victor Reader to read books
- KeyMail to send and receive emails
- KeyWeb for web browsing
- Quick access to mainstream apps and cloud storage, including Google Docs, YouTube, DropBox, etc.
- Much, much more!
To learn more about the BrailleNote Touch or other devices by Humanware, visit Humanware.com.