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VoiceSense QWERTY
Part/Model: 0693


Voice Sense QWERTY has the features of a Notetaker with the benefit of way finding! It is the only Notetaker to offer a built-in GPS receiver & compass. Find your way to the train station, grocery store, or practically any other location.


Light and Compact in Size

The Voice Sense QWERTY weighs in under one pound and is less than one inch thick. The lightweight and compact design makes is easy for you to take the Voice Sense QWERTY with you everywhere you go.

Built-in Bluetooth and Internet Connectivity

With the Voice Sense QWERTY, experience Internet and Bluetooth connectivity without having to use any additional adapters or accessories. The Voice Sense QWERTY has integrated Bluetooth 2.0, Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g and 10/100 Ethernet which makes it easy to access email and the Internet or connect to a Bluetooth enabled device.

Applications for Productivity and Entertainment

The Voice Sense QWERTY has a powerful Word Processor for composing, reviewing and editing documents. The Schedule and Address Managers allow you to organize your contacts, schedule appointments and both can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook. Browse the web and check email using the Web Browser and Email client. Enjoy listening to music, recording audio and reading books with the Media and DAISY players. Catch your favorite radio broadcast with the accessible FM radio. The Voice Sense QWERTY also includes a scientific calculator, instant messaging client, database manager and much more.

Wide LCD Screen for Viewing Text

The wide LCD screen is used to visually display textual information that is generated by the Voice Sense QWERTY. The large visual display can be beneficial when reviewing information on the device or when working with a sighted student, teacher or peer.

Directional Orientation and GPS Way-finding

The Voice Sense QWERTY's integrated digital compass allows you to detect your directional orientation inside or out. With the digital compass, GPS receiver and optional GW SenseNav GPS package, the Voice Sense QWERTY becomes the first all-in-one way-finding solution. The digital compass will enhance your GPS experience even more by allowing the system to detect your heading while stationary.

Built-in and Expandable Storage Options

The Voice Sense QWERTY's 4GB of built-in flash memory will give you plenty of storage for your documents, music, and books. Using a high-capacity SD card or USB thumb drive, you can expand the storage capabilities of the Voice Sense QWERTY even further giving you the flexibility to access all of your digital content where ever you are.

Innovative Multimedia Controls

The Voice Sense QWERTY gives you the ability to play music from your favorite artist, read DAISY books, record meetings directly into MP3 format and listen to the FM radio. The highly acclaimed front panel media buttons give you quick and easy access to the functions of the Media Player, FM Radio and DAISY player while you are on-the-go.

Technical Specifications:

  • Processor: Intel X-scale PXA270 (520 MHz)
  • OS: Windows CE 5
  • Flash Storage: 4GB
  • System Memory: 128MB SDRAM
  • Network: 100 Base-T Ethernet, WLAN 801.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
  • Video Display: LCD (Viewing Area: 99mm X 13mm, 3.9in X 0.5in)
  • Keyboard: QWERTY, 77 keys
  • Interface: USB, USB OTG, SD slot (SDHC)
  • Navigation: Built-in GPS and digital compass
  • Recording: Internal Microphone (mono), External Microphone Jack (stereo)
  • Battery: Rechargeable and User-replaceable Lithium-Polymer
  • Battery Run Time: Approximately 11 hours
  • Size: 8.6" X 4.4" X 0.78", 22cm X 12.2cm X 20cm
  • Weight: 0.88lbs, 400g

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