[blindkid] Braille Label Maker

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Tue Sep 15 22:15:12 UTC 2015


We have been asked to circulate the following:


Waterbury, Connecticut – January 15th, 2015

LoganTech Assistive Technology Company

  launches a New Approach to Braille Label Making.

LoganTech, a leading provider in assistive 
technology announces the launch of the 6dot 
Braille Label Maker. This device is an expansion 
of the early design by the 6dot Kickstarter 
project. There is already a huge international 
interest in this highly sought after device which 
will hit the market in July as the company has 
placed its final touches on the powerful and 
unprecedented device. Unique in its portability 
it offers exciting new opportunities for those 
using Braille to expand their world.

“We are excited to launch the 6dot Braille Label 
Maker which will help Braille users maintain 
their independence and enhance many 
opportunities. Embracing the early success of the 
6dot we have built a more robust and flexible 
unit which will change lives” says Glen Dobbs 
President of LoganTech who acquired the 6dot 
brand in 2012 to support its product development 
and to expand their presence in the blind/low vision market.

6dot has been contributing to the Braille 
community for four years now, the first version 
of the Braille Label Maker rendered positive 
results across the board, with 100 users actively 
labeling, but nothing as incredible as this upgrade is projected to receive.

The 6dot Braille Label Maker has everything 
Braille users need to create high quality Braille 
labels in any language. Powerful but simple, 6dot 
is ergonomically designed to make it easy for 
children and adults of all ages to label 
practically anything at home, school, the office, 
or on the go.  The features of the Braille Label Maker are as followed:
·        Ergonomically designed to be portable and easy to use anywhere
·        Built in Braille keyboard supports all 
grades of Braille in virtually every language
·        Powered embossing makes for high quality 
Braille that can be accurately read
·        Optional QWERTY connectivity enables non Braillist to generate labels
·        Automatic cutter provides effortlessly 
clean label cuts without the need for scissors
·        Dual power options, AC/DC adapters or 
battery powering, extends the choice for users



Notes to editor

Attached to this press release are images of the 6dot Braille Label Maker.

President of LoganTech Glen Dobbs and VP of 
Product management Robert Liebert will be 
available for interviews by phone, Skype, or face to face.

This device will be available from LoganTech 
directly and from our nationwide distributors. 
For more information contact LoganTech 
(203)721-7064, Email 
<mailto:info at logantech.com>info at logantech.com, or 
visit our website at 
<file:///C:\Users\Joyce\Downloads\www.logantech.com>www.logantech.com.




6dBLM-1.jpg





         David Andrews and long white cane Harry.
E-Mail:  dandrews at visi.com or david.andrews at nfbnet.org
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