The most Powerful, Stable and Fastest notetaker ever!
The BrailleSense U2 notetakers are powerful educational note-taking tools, portable networking devices and multimedia entertainment systems. They offer output via Braille, speech or both simultaneously. Take BrailleSense U2 with you to school, office or use it on the go.
Powerful performance with faster processingline
Boasting a 1GHz Mobile CPU and a 32GB flashdisk,
BrailleSense U2 offers rapid data processing combined with as much memory as you desire.
Power-packed for the office environmentline
Read and review Microsoft Word, powerPoint and Excel files in contracted Braille. Highlight your most important points with advanced font and style options.
Always have complete and up-to-date access to your email with IMAP access, and open EML files directly from the File manager.
Secure your valuable information with file encryption, or password protect your entire notetaker from prying eyes and/or fingers.
A Powerful educational toolline
Our unique built-in LCD allows sighted teachers and
parents to view a student’s progress while he uses BrailleSense U2.
Enhanced sound, outstanding medialine
Enjoy a clear and powerful stereo audio listening experience with easily
accessible audio buttons and 11 equalizer settings. In addition, easily and instantly control FM Radio,
DAISY Player and Media Player with designated media buttons located on the front of the unit.
Created with the Deaf-blind in mindline
HIMS’ unique, flipable LCD display has facilitated easy and natural
communication with the deaf-blind for several years. Now with an added vibrate Motor,
a deaf-blind person can be alerted to receive messages or errors in input or navigation.
Connectivity anywhere, any timeline
Stay connected to your friends, family and the world via Ethernet, Wi-Fi (b/g/n) or 3G USB modem.
Instant Social Networkingline
Take advantage of our mobile connectivity and
click on Twitter to instantly access the world of social networking.
Chat with your classmates, co-workers, family and friends using Google Talk anytime, anywhere.
Stay up to date with everyone’s latest happenings via Facebook.
GPS Receiver and electronic compassline
Improved GPS receiver and electronic compass allow you to explore
your surroundings and provide instant, accurate directions or real-time,
turn-by-turn navigation to your destination. GPS map data is an optional add-on.
Let your BrailleSense U2 do the work for youline
Create macros to automate formatting, text entry, setting of alarms,
or countless other tasks. Record a set of keystrokes, and the U2 will automatically perform
these tasks at any time with just a couple of keystrokes.
|Braille display||32 Cells||Video display||LCD, VGA|
|Flash memory||32 GB||Interface||1 USB Slave, 3 USB Host,
1 SD slot(supports SDHC, SDXC)
|Document files : HBL(Braille file of BrailleSense), BRL, BRF, TXT, RTF, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, EPUB, PDF, XLS, XLSX, HTML/XML(through Web Browser), CSV
Media files : MP3, MP4, WAV, ASF, OGG, WMA, M4A, M3U, PLS, Audible, WMV, FLAC, MID, AAC, YouTube videos
Daisy contents : Daisy 2.0/2.02/3.0, NIMAS 1.1, Open Library, protected DAIS Recording files : MP3, WAV
|Application||Productivity : File manager, Word Processor, Excel Viewer, Sense Navigation, Schedule manager, Address manager, Database manager, Macro Manager, Scientific calculator, Google maps, Dropbox, Sense Dictionary(optional), etc.
Web tools : Web browser, Quick Browser, Google search, RSS reader
Communication :E-mail, Google talk, Twitter, Facebook, Sense Chat
Audio Information : Media Player, Daisy Player, FM Radio, YouTube
|Network||Ethernet, WLAN 802.11 b/g/n,
Bluetooth, Support 3G USB modem
|Recording||Internal mic., External mic. Jack(stereo), Line-in|
|Navigation||Built-in GPS receiver & Electronic compass (map data is optional)||Battery||Rechargeable and detachable Lithium Polymer battery
More than 17 hours battery life
4.5 hours charge time
|Size||250 x 128 x 39 mm
9.84” x 5.0” x 1.5″
|Weight||924g / 2 lbs|
|BrailleSense U2 Unit||Battery||AC Adapter|
|USB Cable||Earphone||Leather Carrying Case|
|Silk Dust Cover||Manual(CD-ROM), Command Summary(Braille)|
Webinar: Braille Sense Top Tech Tips
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Webinar: Exam Mode on the Braille Sense U2
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Webinar: Transitioning From BrailleNote To Braille Sense
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Nemeth and the Braille Sense (Explainer Video)
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Braille Sense U2: Hardware Features
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How to Use One-Handed Mode for Braille Sense U2 & U2 MINI
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How to Print to an Embosser from a Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI
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How to Print a Document Using Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI
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How to Upgrade Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI Firmware via Wi-Fi Method
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How to Use VNC Mode for Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI
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How to Upgrade Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI Firmware via Online Method
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How to Use the Terminal Clipboard with Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI
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How to Use the Optional Dictionary with the Braille Sense U2, U2 QWERTY & U2 MINI
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How to Convert Braillenote files for use on Braille Sense U2 or Computer
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Pairing Braille Sense with an iOS Device (Explainer Video)
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Using Macros with the Braille Sense U2
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Braille Sense U2: Setting Default File Format
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Braille Sense U2 Changing Braille Code to UEB
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Braille Sense U2: Navigating Email
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Braille Sense U2: How to Use Bookshare
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Braille Sense U2: Creating an Email Account
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Braille Sense U2: Changing the Speech and Braille Settings
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Braille Sense U2: Whats in the Box?
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