The BrailleNote PK PDA for the blind

Peter Rojas
P. Rojas|06.30.04

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Peter Rojas
June 30th, 2004
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BrailleNote PK

There's a new PDA for the blind from Pulse Data International. The BrailleNote PK doesn't have an LCD screen (obviously), but they're claiming it's the world's smallest PDA with a Braille display (which has a matrix of dots that can be raised or lowered depending on what information needs to be displayed), and it does feature a built-in speech synthesizer, built-in Bluetooth, 16MB of RAM, an Ethernet port, a CompactFlash expansion card slot, and run on Windows CE.

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