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Tellatouch (Model 22-0501-1)

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Tellatouch, model 22-0501-1, is a manual braille writer and refreshable braille display designed for use in communication with individuals who are deaf blind. This communication device for the deaf blind has a keyboard with four rows of keys, and a braille display. The top three rows of the keyboard have keys for the alphabet, and the fourth row has the keys of a standard braille keyboard. To receive messages, the deaf blind user places a hand over the braille display. A sighted individual can communicate with a deaf blind user by pressing the letter keys, causing the corresponding raised braille characters to appear on the braille display. Grade 2 braille contractions can be produced on the display using the braille keyboard, which also enables a blind individual to communicate with a deaf blind user. All keys make a clicking noise when pressed. The device includes a carrying strap.

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Price: 
725.00
as of: 
05/04/2006
Tellatouch (Model 22-0501-1)

Made By:

Perkins Products (Formerly Howe Press)
Perkins Products (Formerly Howe Press) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: PerkinsProducts@Perkins.org
Fax: 617-926-2027
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
617-972-7308
Web Address: 
http://www.perkins.org/store/
Tags: 
Vocational Management, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Communication