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Aria is a braille notetaker with speech output designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. This computerized organizer is designed with word processing, mathematical and communicating capabilities. The user can construct full-fledged documents, transfer files, drive a modem or use a statistical calculator. With DOS interface, this device can run external software. It can be upgraded; the system runs on 1 Megabyte of RAM and 2 Megabytes of Flash ROM (contains the Aria software). It also includes an Oxford Dictionary and Thesaurus available on the memory card. Additional features include a clock with reminder alarms, a diary and calendar, and a telephone directory. POWER: Battery operated - in use, battery will last 8 hours - rechargeable overnight.
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