The BrailleNote Touch combines the functionality of a note taker and KeySoft with the features of a smartphone or tablet. This Braille Tablet additionally provides Google Play Store access for third party apps. KeySoft has been upgraded to be optimized for newer technology, provide automatic software updates, an easy-to-navigate menu interface, first letter navigation, and keyboard shortcuts. TouchBraille offers users the ability to type braille on a touchscreen, with Virtual Keys, and minimal finger movement required for silent typing. For young children learning braille typing, a keyboard cover can be used before transitioning students to TouchBraille. Classroom teachers can access instant visual feedback on student efforts, while students can use apps such as KeyWord, Victor Reader, KeyMail, and KeyWeb for completing classroom assignments, while also accessing mainstream tools such as Google Docs, DropBox and YouTube.
BrailleNote Touch 32 braille notetaker / tablet
birth to preschool
IDEA Disability Category:
alternate access devices and systems
multiple formats of text and notation
adjustable skill levels