In this audio, J.J. talks with Eric Vioche, Purchase Manager for Inside Vision, about the company’s Windows 10 PC touch screen tablet that includes a 32-cell Braille display and a Perkins-style keyboard. Currently available in France, this unit will soon be available in the U.S. for around $7000.
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darknexus Thursday, 31-Mar-2016 09:53 AM ET:
I still don’t understand where they think their market is coming from. We want lower prices, not higher ones. Even some of the agencies do a double take on prices these days.
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