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Tough Jacket MAXX • 7 feet of high impact drop protection • Reinforced Ballistic Corners® that provide protection against cracked screens due to corner drops • Raised lips and corners provide protection from surface shock and scratches • Multiple layers • Replaceable screen protector • Opening & port covers • Rugged, rotating holster included Asking $25.00 Also have: Tough Jacket MAXX • 10 feet of high impact drop protection • Reinforced Ballistic Corners® that provide protection against cracked screens due to corner drops • Raised lips and corners provide protection from surface shock and scratches • Multiple layers • Replaceable screen protector • Opening & port covers • Rugged, rotating holster included Asking $50.00 Both cases have had very little use and are both in excellent, mint, physical and cosmetic condition. Preferred method of payment is Paypal firstname.lastname@example.org. Free shipping for both items.Posted Wednesday, 19-Oct-2016 2:43 PM ET
Sat 10/15, 10am - 4pm at 40 w 20th street in Manhattan: The 2016 Community, Culture, and Technology Fair for people who are blind, visually impaired or physically disabled. The theme for this year’s Fall Fair at the Heiskell Library is “Hands On! Exploration, Creation, and Education.” We’re taking over both floors this time, and are proud to be offering a round of creative workshops as well as speakers, and tablers are bringing hands-on elements and activities. Learn about accessible museum programs and adaptive recreation, and find out how to get free memberships to many local institutions with the IDNYC card. Come to the workshop floor and speaker sessions to try out basic electronics building on an Arduino and see if you’d like to learn to code. Draw with our 3D plastic creation pen to build touchable objects, or check out some relaxing, accessible origami. Hear celebrated local author Lloyd Burlingame speak about his newly recorded third book “A Blessing Well Disguised” or try out brand new, accessible, high and low technology, home living aides, and apps from equipment vendors. Meet the Hadley Institute and learn about their suite of online audio courses and webinars, including their entrepreneurship and small business center, family education, and low-vision focus webinars. We’ll have free library totebags, snacks, and new surprises while they last. No registration is necessary for this free fair open to the public. Hope to see you there. Tech highlights: Try out and learn about the new Braille Note Touch, the low-cost refreshable braille device Orbit Reader 20, the OrCam My Eyes or My Reader, or the Traveler HD, or Davinci Pro, among others. For full list of tablers and a schedule of Featured speakers and workshops go to: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2016/10/15/community-culture-and-technology-fair-people-who-are-blind-visuallyPosted Monday, 03-Oct-2016 5:56 PM ET
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