Tag Archives: BrailleNote

CSUN: A recap from the week in San Diego

By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer From March 15-19, I attended the 26th annual CSUN International Technology & People with Disabilities Conference held in San Diego.  During the conference, I attended a number of formal sessions, visited with a few companies in … Continue reading

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GPS puts me in the driver’s seat–almost

By Karen Keninger Contributing Writer I’ve been using a BrailleNote-based GPS system from Sendero for the past several years, and I love it–mostly. I find myself using it in three distinct ways: navigating in the car, planning routes in unfamiliar … Continue reading

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A word about battery conservation

By Michael Barber If there’s one thing that can cause consternation among those of us who use Braille note-takers, it’s the fact that when we turn the unit off, the charge in the battery seems to diminish, and before we … Continue reading

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Stick with the BrailleNote

By Richard Ring Richard.Ring@blind.state.ia.us [tweetmeme service=”idbonline”] The word apex is defined in the dictionary as “the summit.” So it would seem that when HumanWare decided to call its newest entry into the field of Braille note takers the Apex, the … Continue reading

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Portability troubles with BrailleNote

By Karen Keninger Contributing Writer I wanted a highly portable way to blog while I was on vacation recently. My solution was to use my Nokia 6650 phone as a modem and my BrailleNote Mpower as the input device. It worked … Continue reading

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