Braille Sense OnHand

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Braille Sense OnHand is a small braille device designed for individuals who are deaf-blind or blind. It supports text, rich text, doc, docx, brl, and brf. Another unique format called hbl is also included. The Braille Sense OnHand includes a built-in chat program which allows users with Windows Live ID’s to chat with other Windows Live and MSN Messenger users. It includes integrated digital compass and a built-in GPS receiver. The OnHand also includes robust software designed with the user's productivity and independence in mind. It can be used to send and receive email. The OnHand’s media features allows the user to play a wide variety of file formats. Create and edit playlists, add up to 1000 marks in any audio file for quick and easy navigation, and change audio effects like bass boost, reverb, echo, and virtual surround.

Technical Specifications: 

Flash memory: 4GB 

Supports: MP3, MP4, WAV, ASF, OGG, WMA, M3U, Audible (AA, AAX), WMV, FLAC, and MID. 

Weight: 0.93 pounds

Network: Wireless LAN, Bluetooth

Braille display: 18 cells

Audio input: Internal microphone, Microphone jack

Audio output: Internal speaker, Earphone jack

Recording: MP3/WAV recording, Line-in, Stereo recording

Interface: USB OTG, SD slot

Battery: Rechargeable and detachable battery

Size: 17.2 centimeters (W) x 9 centimeters (D) x 2.7 centimeters (H) / 6.77 inches (W) x 3.54 inches (D) x 1.07 inches (H)


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Braille Sense OnHand

Sold By:

Nanopac, Inc.
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Phone: 800-580-6086
Fax: 918-665-0361
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
Blind & Low Vision, Controls, Computers