VoiceNote QT is an electronic notetaker designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Input is made through a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) computer keyboard while output is delivered through synthetic speech. This notetaker has a Windows CE operating system and a program suite that includes a word processor that can read and write files in Microsoft Word format; a planner with a calendar, scheduler, and diary with audible alarms; an address list manager; an e-mail program with POP3 access; a scientific calculator; a file manager; translation programs for translating between text, braille, ASCII, Microsoft Word, and WordPerfect formats; an ActiveSync function with the ability to transfer files between the notetaker and a personal computer; and a remote synthesizer to allow the notetaker to act as a speech synthesizer for a personal computer. The notetaker has 8 megabytes (MB) flash disk memory, which can be upgraded to 48 MB. Interfaces include an RJ11 telephone socket, an infrared port, an Type 11 PCMCIA card slot, a 9-pin serial port, and a 25-pin parallel port. POWER: Uses internal battery for 21 hours use or an alternating current (AC) adaptor. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.6 x 9.9 x 5.9 inches. WEIGHT: 1.65 pounds.