Humanware has refreshed their lineup of braille displays, with two models which are much more feature-rich. Read on to find out all about the new Brailliant BI 20X and 40X series displays.
Read, write, connect, and be more productive than ever with the new line of Brailliant be I X Braille displays. Powered by Humanware's trademark KeySsoft Lite, the new BI X series of displays is the first to feature new Bluetooth 5 technology for faster and more reliable Bluetooth connectivity. This focus on productivity enhancements in forms the core of the new Brailliant BI X series.
- access books and articles from Bard, Bookshare NFB Newsline, and other sources \with the included victor reader app
- Take notes with the included KeySoft Lite Editor, then sync them to your connected iOS device with the Brailliant sync app
- customize the Brailliant Bi x menu by reordering the options to be most productive for you
- Read faster and more efficiently with Brailliant's Xclusive thumb keys
- read in contracted or uncontracted braille for an easier Xperience learning braille
- Connect to up to five Bluetooth Devices, and one USB device simultaneously and switch between them
- listen to Daisy books, read file types including DOCX, DOC, TXT, BRF, BRL, and more with 32GB internal storage
Brailliant displays are also well suited to students, as they include an Exam mode that blocks access to internal applications for the duration of an exam.
Please note that with the release of the new series, Humanware has also dropped support for the BrailleNote Apex.Source: Brailliant BI X 40
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