The Library of Congress’ National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS) has a new Braille eReader.
The NLS Braille eReader by Humanware has a 20-cell Braille display, eight-key Perkins-style keyboard, and can download electronic Braille through BARD that you can read on the unit, or we can mail you Braille books on digital cartridges as we do for audiobooks.
What is the difference between the eReader and Braille book?
A Braille book can have many volumes that makes up one book. The Braille eReader can have 1000s of books on the unit, in the palm of your hand.
How do you get one?
If you are a Braille reader and interested in receiving a NLS Braille eReader, please contact the Talking Book Library for more information by calling: (540-853-5689) or send an email to [email protected]