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Product Overview Screen Magnification Software & Hardware Desktop, Portable & Handheld Electronic Magnifiers Screen Reading Software Braille Displays, Note Takers & Electronic Book Readers Scan & Read (OCR) Software & Hardware Braille Embossers & Braille Translation Software Learning & Literacy Software & Hardware Product Orientation & Training
ZoomText MAGic OpenBook SOFTWARE ZoomText Large-Print Keyboard ZoomText ImageReader MAGic Large-Print Keyboard HARDWARE Screen Magnification Software & Hardware
Merlin Topaz LifeStyle Da Vinci Max DESKTOP Desktop, Portable & Handheld Electronic Magnifiers Ruby Pebble Candy Amigo Sapphire PORTABLE Acrobat Onyx Transformer Da Vinci DISTANCE
JAWS Window Eyes SOFTWARE Screen Reading Software
OpenBook ABBYY FineReader SOFTWARE Scan & Read (OCR) Software & Hardware A4/A3 Scanners Pearl Reading Camera SARA CE Da Vinci ZoomText ImageReader Blaze EZ Smart Reader HARDWARE
ViewPlus Premier 100 ViewPlus Elite 200 Index Basic & Everest ViewPlus Emprint SpotDot ViewPlus Emfuse TACTILE Braille Embossers & Braille Translation Software Index Basic & Everest ViewPlus Emprint SpotDot ViewPlus Premier/Elite LOW - MED VOLUME Braille Box Braillo Range HIGH VOLUME Duxbury Tiger Software Suite SOFTWARE
Focus 14 & 40 Blue PAC Mate 20 & 40 Braille Edge 40 BRAILLE DISPLAYS Braille Displays, Note Takers, Book Readers & Calculators PAC Mate Omni Braille Sense U2 NOTE TAKERS BookSense PlexTalk Olympus Voice Recorder Blaze EZ BOOK READERS DoubleCheck Calculator Platon Scientific Calculator NOTE TAKERS
WYNN Reader WYNN Wizard Talking Typing Teacher SOFTWARE Learning & Literacy Software & Hardware Pearl A4/A3 Scanners HARDWARE
Product Orientation Computer Training using JAWS (Windows and MS Office) Customised Training On-Site Training TRAINING Product Orientation & Training
Screen Magnification Software & Hardware Software ZoomText MAGic OpenBook Hardware ZoomText Large-Print Keyboard ZoomText ImageReader MAGic Large-Print.
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