Power Chord Braille Keyboard

Power Chord Braille Keyboard is an economical device that permits users to write in Braille by pressing key combinations (chords) that correspond to Braille characters. The keyboard plugs into the USB port of a PC; there are no power cables or drivers needed. There are nine keys: 6 that represent the dots of a Braille cell, plus space, backspace and enter. The keyboard is perfect for use in conjunction with writing exercise in the SAL 2 Braille Literacy Courseware. It can also be used with standard word processing programs.


Power Chord Editor is a simple software application for use with the Power Chord Keyboard. Words and characters are spoken aloud as they are entered in either contracted or uncontracted literary Braille.


Brailleword is a free program that allows students to type any word in fully contracted braille on the Power Chord Braille Keyboard. Each time Space is pressed, the computer to which the Power Chord Keyboard is connected speaks the word, spells it out loud, then describes the word in terms of the letters and contractions used. Used in conjunction with SAL2 Courseware for Braille Literacy, Brailleword allows students to try writing words made up of contractions as they are learned.

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Power Chord Braille Keyboard and the Power Chord Editor Software Bundle
$ 249.00

Power Chord Braille Keyboard

Power Chord Braille Keyboard

Includes: Power Chord Editor and Power Chord Braille Keyboard .
Requires: PC with windows 98 or higher, or Macintosh with OS X or higher.

Note: The keyboard is perfect for use in conjunction with writing exercise in the SAL2 Braille Literacy Courseware. It can also be used with standard word processing programs.

Please contact us at 800-884-2440 or info@touchgraphics.com to purchase.

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