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Hi, The Perkins Brailler is in mint condition . Works and looks like new. Cleaned and oiled to meet Perkins specs. Includes vinyl cover. $300 I will ship for free in the U.S.A using free matter for the blind. If you select a different method with USPS, the additional cost to you will be $30 The Trekker Breeze is one I just got back from Humanware. It was upgraded to the Trekker Breeze Plus. It has a new face, new buttons and a brand new battery. The maps are the latest and the gps is much improved. Included will be all original acc. A cd with the latest U.S.A maps is also included. The cost for this unit is $450 I have a spare battery which you can purchase for an additional $20. This Trekker Breeze Plus I will ship for free in the Domestic U.S.A using USPS Priority Mail. The only form of payment I accept is Paypa.. Thanks for looking.Posted Thursday, 24-Sep-2015 9:54 PM ET
Save the Date: Even bigger and better than last year! Join us Saturday October 17th, 2015 as we turn our library into a hub for representatives from New York’s great cultural institutions, premier museums, sports programs, technology vendors, and community organizations, specifically focusing on offerings for people who are blind, visually impaired, or physically disabled. (Check here for a full list of participating exhibitors and speakers.) Hear VIP speakers, have fun with hands-on art, meet people from dozens of organizations, explore tools for independent living, try out assistive technology for reading, communicating, or web browsing, and get a goodie bag while supplies last. Organizations in attendance include: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, AT Guys, Independent Living Aids, Adaptive Climbing Group, In Tandem Cycling, Touch Graphics, C-Tech, Computer Center for Visually Impaired People, Deaf-Blind Equipment Distributors, The Mayors Office for People with Disabilities, the Office of Emergency Management, and many more. Andrew Heiskell Library, 40 West 20th Street, Manhattan, New York City. FREEPosted Thursday, 17-Sep-2015 2:01 PM ET
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