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Intel Reader

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The Intel Reader transforms printed text to the spoken word. It combines a high-resolution camera with the power of an Intel Atom processor. Read on the spot, or store text for later listening.

<i>Easy to Use</i> - Point-and-shoot style lets users quickly capture and listen to printed text on the spot, or at leisure. Easy-to-locate buttons, audio and visual navigation, and straightforward menus keep things simple.

<i>Mobile</i> - Weighing just over a pound and about the size of a paperback book, the portable Intel Reader is perfect for use in school, at home, or on the road.

<i>Versatile</i> - The Intel Reader even plays MP3s, DAISY books, and text transferred from a PC. People can also use the Intel Reader wit the Intel Portable Capture Station to scan, convert, and store multiple pages from a book or magazine.

<b>Features</b>: <ul> <li>Helps blind or low vision individuals gain reading independence </li> <li>lets users read anytime, anyplace</li> <li>resizes text for low vision users</li> <li>is easy to use- intuitive function doesn't require sight</li> <li>stores large amounts of text</li> <li>is compatible with audio books of various types</li> <li>rechargeable 6-cell lithium ion battery (fully charged battery plays over 4 hours of text-to-speech)</li> <li>measures 6.5 x 5.35 x 1.3 inches</li> </ul>


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