Braille ‘n Speak Scholar

Computer, Handheld

Accession Number: 2011.4.1

Description: (a) light purple rigid plastic chassis with off-white braille keys and a space key and, on the bottom, five black rubber rests; earphone jack and rocker style power switch on right side; power jack and serial and disk drive ports on left side; speaker grill on top at right; in silver plated raised letters cast into chassis on top, "Braille 'n Speak/BLAZIE ENGINEERING"; on adhesive label, "APH Scholar/American Printing House f/t Blind"; in raised letters onder base, "MADE IN U.S.A./MODEL BS2/BLAZIE ENGINEERING/SERIAL NUMBER SCHLR-7672"; (b) black plastic AC adapter/power charger, labeled "Condor/model D12-10-1000; (c) black soft leather carrying case with zipper closure and cutouts for jacks, black nylon webbing shoulder strap is spring hooked to two D-rings; keyboard flap closes with velcro strip, zipper pocket inside flap; two wide belt loops on reverse.

Height: 5

Width: 8.5

Depth: 1.5

Date Made: 2000

Maker: American Printing House for the Blind

Place of Origin: Forest Hills, MD

Collection: APH Collection

History/Provenance: APH Collection

Credit Line: APH Collection, 2011.4.

Subjects: Assistive technology Braille Computers Electronic aids Speech

Dimension Notes: overall, in case. Unit alone is 8.25 x 4.125 x .875"

Made: Blazie Engineering

Material: Plastic, leather, electronic components

Updated: 07/23/2015