Dot Braille Smart Watch
Talking watches and the Bradley help the visually impaired keep track of time. Now, add the Dot Braille Smart Watch to that list. More discreet than the text-to-speech options, the Dot features four six-dot cells that each display one braille character at a time as their dots are raised or lowered, adequate not only for telling the time but also for converting messages, directions, and e-books to braille on the go by pairing with a Bluetooth 4.0 equipped smartphone. It’s also equipped with 5 days of battery life and costs a fraction of most E-braille readers, with an estimated price of roughly $300.
Arriving in December. Learn more at Dot – $TBA