Sunday, July 22, 2007

Braille PDA named Voice Sense

It is a long time since I wrote about a gadget! Here is something that worth its while. I think I know a few people who will be very happy to have it!

The Voice Sense is the smallest, lightest and most fashionable PDA for the visually impaired with a Perkins style keyboard for inputting information and synthesized voice for outputting information.

It has multimedia functions: a Daisy talking book player, an MP3 player and voice recording capabilities. Wireless networking features (such as wireless LAN and Bluetooth) are also available, as are many other Braille notetaker features.

The Voice Sense boasts a high speed CPU and large memory storage. Connect a portable Braille display, such as the SyncBraille, for maximum Braille portability.

It comes with;

  • File Manager
  • Word Processor
  • Address Manager
  • Schedule Manager
  • E-mail
  • Media Player
  • FM Radio Tuner
  • Web Browser
  • Daisy Player
  • Bluetooth Manager
  • MSN Messenger
  • Database Manager
  • Calculator
  • Date/Time
  • Calendar
  • Stopwatch
  • Power Status
  • OS Upgrade
  • Context Sensitive Help
and is based on following;
  • Processor: PXA270, 540MHz
  • Memory: 1GB (separate user data area), 192MB (128 RAM and 64 OS storage)
  • OS: Windows CE.NET 5.0
  • Ports: USB OTG (USB 2.0 Compatible), SD Slot, CF Slot
  • Keyboard: Perkins style Braille keyboard
  • Audio Output: Stereo Speakers, Headphone jack
  • Audio Input: Internal condenser microphone, Microphone jack
  • Battery: rechargeable, detachable, user-replaceable, lithium polymer, 12 hours continuous use
  • Networking: Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g) Bluetooth 1.1
  • FM Radio Receiver
  • Dimensions: W 18.8cm (7.4") x D 7.7cm (3.6") x H 2.5cm (0.98")
  • Weight: .58lbs (266g)

1 comment:

leonardo said...

hehe legal