“BrailleNote Touch: The future is so close you can touch it.”More than ever, students and professionals who are blind require an intelligent device that combines the simplicity and accessibility of a note taker with the power and efficiency of a modern tablet. The BrailleNote Touch is the first braille tablet with the power of an Android operating system.
Through short instructional videos Greg Stilson, Humanware’s Product Manager of Blindness Products, demonstrates the basic commands and activities using the BrailleNote Touch.
The BrailleNote Touch videos and information are posted on Paths to Technology with permission.
No. 1: Tour of the BrailleNote Touch main menu and intro to the Playstore.
No. 2: Viewing and Editing Google Docs
No 3: Creating, editing, and opening documents
No. 4: Searching in YouTube
No. 5: Downloading and reading BookShare Books
No. 6: Connecting to Wi-Fi
No. 7: Adding, editing and deleting appointments in KeyPlan
No. 8: Creating, editing and deleting contacts with KeyList
No. 9: Sending emails with attachments
No. 10: Configuring Options and Settings
No. 11: Configuring second voices and typing in another language
No. 12: Sharing Files directly from KeyFiles
There are additional Paths to Technology tech posts and blog posts on the BrailleNote touch. To view these additional BrailleNote touch Posts, go to Technology Search and type, “BrailleNote Touch”.
By Diane Brauner