Items that produce print or braille output
Walmart offers the Hammermill 8.5 x 11 Copy Paper 500-Sheet Ream, model no. 150010, for $3.63. Opt for in-store pickup to dodge the $4.97 shipping charge. That's the lowest price we could find by $2 and the lowest price we've seen in over a year without rebate hassles.
Index Braille is introducing a new embosser, and we may get our first opportunity to see it at ATIA in Orlando. The Braille Box offers high-volume embossing using a higher quality sheet feeder. It prints up to 800 pages per hour, which equates roughly to one page every 4.5 seconds. Index also brags about the quietness of the embosser, due to some new production techniques.
It's priced at $12,995, so they're marketing this one toward production houses and large quantity producers for sure. At that price point, it's certainly competitive compared with other available models. We'll be sure to post more info on this one soon as we learn about it.
Braille Works offers the Index Basic D braille embosser for $2,900. With about $50 for shipping, that's roughly $800 off and the lowest price we could find. This embosser prints interpoint braille on tractor-fed paper. Deal ends September 30.
An EBay seller has the Tiger Pro interpoint braille embosser with a starting bid of $6,000. Or, BuyItNow for $7,000. That's a substantial amount off the $10,000 list price. This embosser is only barely used and comes with original documentation and cables. Auction ends May 4 if not sold sooner.
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