--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2012) REPLACED BY THE SUPERVARIO2 80. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Vario 80 is a refreshable braille display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device has an 80-cell braille display with four status cells, which can give additional information about text attributes or line and colon positions; six display keys on the left and right side of the braille line; six keys on the front that can reached with the thumb during reading and used as hotkeys; a sensor switch located above each braille cell, for repositioning the cursor or the mouse-pointer; and, seven braille command keys, located above the sensor-switches, for making entries directly in the braille code. The device has an expansion chassis that can be fixed behind the display, with enough space for a standard computer keyboard, or placed in front to provide a palm rest. The display works with most screen reader programs, including JAWS, Window Bridge, and Supernova. POWER: Uses power from the computer.
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This product record was updated on April 19, 2012.