[blind_tech] Re: e: Braille sense plus and the Braillenote

  • From: Paul Tandy <paul96cars@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blind_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2009 11:23:59 -0800

Yes, but I like the braille enter and back-space keyk a lot.

Paul

> ----- Original Message -----
>From: Rhonda Stogner <rs2009@xxxxxxxxxx
>To: blind_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Date sent: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 19:24:23 -0500
>Subject: [blind_tech] e: Braille sense plus and the Braillenote

>And Paul, you are incorrect.  The Ok key
>on the Braille Plus is the same as
>Enter.  The Backspace is the star, on
>the telephone keypad portion.

>> ----- Original Message -----
>>From: Paul Tandy <paul96cars@xxxxxxxxx
>>To: blind_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Date sent: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 16:11:20
>-0800
>>Subject: [blind_tech] Braille sense plus
>and the Braillenote

>>Hi all, we haven't had very much traffic
>lately.  So I thought I
>>would post here.

>>If you hate your Braillenote, you should
>either buy a Braille
>>plus sold by Aph or the Braille sense
>plus sold by Gw micro.

>>However, the Braille plus has no
>built-in braille display so you
>>must add an additional display.  It also
>doesn't have a
>>back-space or enter key like the
>Braillenote and Braille sense
>>plus.

>>However, if you want a device with 32
>cells for braille, check
>>out the Braille sense plus.

>>This was written by me and I promote Gw
>micro's products almost
>>every day.

>>Enjoy.

>>Paul
>>Are you looking into buying a great new
>product sold by a great
>>company?

>>Gw micro has created a product called
>the Braille sense plus.

>>> It has 8 gb of built-in memory.  And if
>that isn't enough
>>memory, you can put an additional high
>capacity sd card, a hard
>>drive, and a cfd compactflash card into
>the unit.

>>The Braille sense plus even has an lcd
>display.  You may be
>>wondering, why would a person who is
>blind use an lcd display.
>>This is for people to be able to see the
>work being done on the
>>Braille sense plus, they can easily look
>at the lcd display.
>>However, if you do not wish for people
>to see what you are doing
>>on the Braille sense plus, no worries.
>You can easily turn this
>>optional function  off by using a few
>special keystrokes.

>>With the Braille sense plus, you can
>create, edit, print, format
>>and more with the word processor.  If
>you need to have multiple
>>documents open at once for a meeting,
>schoolwork etc, you can
>>have up to 10 documents open at once by
>using a few keystrokes.

>>The Braille sense plus does not need a
>lan card or a wireless
>>card for you to access the web.  You can
>easily just plug in your
>>lan connection into your Braille sense
>plus and have access to
>>the full web.  You don't even have to
>create a connection
>>configuration like the Braillenote.  If
>you want to use wireless
>>from your home, you must create a
>wireless connection
>>configuration.  You can even search for
>wireless connection and
>>connect at a hotel or a cafe.  You can
>search for bluetooth
>>devices and connect your Braille sense
>plus to your cell-phone
>>and access the internet that way if
>desired.

>>Not only is there a full email program
>on the Braille sense plus,
>>but there is also msn messenger.  If you
>have an msn messenger
>>account, you will be able to access it
>on the Braille sense plus
>>with no problems.

>>Do you like to record and listen to
>music.  You can easily record
>>va built-in fm radio, an external
>microphone or a internal
>>microphone.  You can even set the
>quality of recording.  Note:
>>The better the quality of recording, the
>bigger the audio file
>>will be.  You may be asking "Can the
>Braille sense plus record in
>>any other formats than wav"? Yes, the
>Braille sense plus can
>>record in wav and m p 3.

>>With the file manager, you can zip and
>unzip files, find your
>>text files, and listen your your media
>files.

>>The customers really like the feature of
>the removable batty.  If
>>your battery wares out and gets shot,
>you can purchase a new
>>battery from Gw micro and switch the new
>battery into the Braille
>>sense plus.

>>The Braille sense plus does not limit
>you to run one task at
>>once.  In fact, you can have up to 7
>tasks open at once by using
>>one special keystroke.

>>You may be thinking that this product
>offers so much more than
>>it's competing competitors, that it must
>cost more than any
>>product on the market.  Well, if that's
>what you think, then
>>stand by for a very big surprise.  The
>Braille sense plus only
>>costs 5995 dollars plus shipping.  That
>is about 300 dollars less
>>than it's direct  competing product
>which doesn't offer as many
>>features as the Braille sense plus.  The
>Braille sense runs on
>>Windows 5.00 and is compatible to
>Microsoft.  You also may be
>>wondering about it's weight.  It only
>weighs 2.7 pounds.

>>To learn more about the Braille sense
>plus,
>>visit:www.gwmicro.com, or send your tech
>questions to
>>support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx you can call
>them at: 260-4893671.

>>Thanks.

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