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Poet Compact 2 Poet Compact 2+

Product Type:

Reader

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Poet Compact 2+

Areas of Application:

- blind people

Description:

The Poet Compact 2/2 + captures printed texts and reads them out at the touch of a button. The compact device in a solid housing speaks the recognized text loudly and clearly. The stereo speakers facing the listener ensure clear sound. The control buttons in tactile shapes are provided with tactile pressure points and key tones.

Features / Components:

- intuitive operation using either 2 control buttons (Poet Compact 2) or 3 control buttons and a menu keypad (Poet Compact 2 +)
- hearing - and tactile keystrokes solid and slim metal housing
- high quality stereo speakers
- quiet device operation
- economical energy consumption
- consistent menu navigation with context-sensitive help (Poet Compact 2 +)
- CD drive for MP3, DAISY and Co. (Poet Compact 2+)
- USB connection for transferring MP3, TXT, RTF and DOC files (Poet Compact 2 +)
- Document management: read, save, open, navigate, delete (Poet Compact 2 +)
- MP3 functions: Text to Speech, create , save, copy, delete (Poet Compact 2 +)

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

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Further Product Details

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Manufacturer:

VisioBraille GmbH
Löbstedter-Str. 41
07749 Jena
Germany Telephone: 03641 2816-400 Email: info@visiobraille.de Homepage: https://www.visiobraille.de

Distributor:

VisioBraille GmbH
Löbstedter-Str. 41
07749 Jena
Germany Telephone: 03641 2816-400 Email: info@visiobraille.de Homepage: https://www.visiobraille.de

Technical Data:

Dimensions: 46 x 28 x 10 cm
Weight: 5.8 kg

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Reference Number:

Hil133339


Source :

KBV


Last Update: 27 Jul 2020