I wonder if anyone has or has seen one of these in action. It’s just finally been released, having been announced last year. It’s claim to fame is that it instantly will sync with your eye devices via an app that’s available in the App Store. What interests me is to know if the notetaking capability in the device is independent. That is. Can you access the things you input using the device, manipulating the notes, deleting them etc. If it’s not, I don’t find this terribly interesting. But for just slightly less than $1000, I suppose it could be interesting if it really could act as an independent notetaking device. I’m also not thrilled with only 14 Braille cells. It’s hard to take that seriously. Mary
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