Accessible Laptops and Computers
Looking for a computer? Look no further. At Taira Technology, we take the hassle out of choosing which computer is most suitable for you and which accessible software is best for you. We have a variety of computer form factors to choose from.
6Dot Braille Label Maker
If you find it hard to use a standard dymo gun to produce labels, we have the ideal solution for you! The 6dot Braille Label Maker is ergonomically designed label maker which is portable and easy to use. It has a built-in Perkins style Braille keyboard…
BlindShell Classic 2
The BlindShell Classic 2 mobile phone is an easy to use talking mobile phone. The phone is operated via the easy to feel, tactile physical keypad or by using your voice. Feedback is provided by the built-in synthetic voice, vibrations and additional acoustic signals/sounds.
SpeedDots Tactile Screen Protector for iPhones and iPads
The SpeedDots cover is a clear screen protector (with tactile dots) which you can apply to your iPhone/iPad screen. It makes the iPhone/iPad easier to use if you are visually impaired.
Taira Technology Label Printer
Visually impaired people often struggle to print off address labels reliably and consistently. Taira Technology Label Printer is a program that enables a visually impaired person to print address labels consistently, reliably and independently (without sighted help). The program can print addresses on pre-printed “Articles for the Blind” labels, such as those sold by the RNIB, and on several blank label types.
Energrid Accessible Power Bank
The Energrid power bank is a fully accessible portable battery designed especially for the visually impaired. You can use it to charge different devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops. Unlike other power banks on the market, it is unique, as it tells you how much power the battery has left using LED’s, vibrations and sound signals.
Raspberry Pi Packages
Ideal for hobbyists, the Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized computer which can be mains or battery powered. You can use the Pi to power many projects, from hosting your own website to feeding your cat! Because of the excellent work carried out by Mike Ray from the Raspberry VI Project, the Raspberry Pi can now be supplied fully configured for the visually impaired.