by Bristol Braille Technology CIC
Electronic Braille: reimagined.
Bristol Braille Technology is releasing Canute 360, the world's first multi-line digital Braille e-reader. Developed with, by, and for the blind community, Canute 360 will make reading digital Braille books affordable, practical and enjoyable.
Canute 360 is a standalone desktop multi-line Braille e-reader. Compatible with all six-dot Braille codes; ideal for prose, maths, music, tables or charts. In fact, a Braille library can now be stored on a single USB stick or SD card in BRF or PEF format and read from Canute 360.
- Reads BRF (Braille Ready Files) and PEF (Portable Embosser File)
- 360 cells: nine lines of forty characters of Braille
- Supports all six-dot Braille codes (including music, maths and all languages) and tactile graphics
- Dimensions: 37cm x 19cm x 4cm (14.5" x 7.5" x 1.5"), 2.8KG (6lb)
- 2x USB A; 1x USB A; HDMI out; SD Card slot; 3.55mm audio out
- 3 page navigation buttons
- 9 line select keys
- Contextual help button
General enquiries: email@example.com
Tel: +44 (0)117 325 30 22
Address: Bristol Braille Technology, G14, BV Studios, 37 Philip Street, Bristol, BS3 4EA, United Kingdom
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