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|Digital Storm this week unveiled its next generation of Avon gaming laptops which are now equipped with 9th Gen Intel Core mobile processors taking the form of Intel’s i7-9750H CPU. “Our latest and most advanced laptop for gamers, content creators, and professionals, delivers incredible processing power and graphics for all types of power users”. “The […]|
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|Computer manufacturer CyberPower has introduced its new range of powerful gaming laptops, created to provide a portable desktop replacements with prices starting from $999. Fitted with Intel’s new 9th Generation i7 mobile processors the system s can be equipped with 16 GBs RAM expandable to 32 GBs DDR4 2400 MHz. Windows 10 Home is pre-loaded […]|
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|Razer has this month updated its award-winning Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop equipping the system with an Intel 9th Generation processor. The Razer Blade 15, 15.6 inch gaming laptop now features an Intel Core i7 hexa-core processor supported by 16GB of RAM and NVIDIA graphics. Providing owners with the option to install up to a […]|
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The minute I say the words All-In-One PC, what do you think of? A screen, right? An iMac-esque display that houses a CPU within it, and all you need is a keyboard and a mouse. The caveat with that setup, however, is that a display is literally the last thing a visually impaired person needs. The Braille-book, designed around this unique yet existing problem, merely shifts all the electronics into a keyboard. The Braille-book is an all-in-one PC that’s designed to be housed within the keyboard, and can easily be hooked to a monitor and a mouse.
The monitor, keyboard, and mouse are completely essential to the computing experience, and the Braille-book just simply changes which device takes the center-stage. The keyboard comes with ports that let you hook all the peripherals you need to it, and even packs a dynamic braille display along its base, with keys to match. Since the visually impaired constantly need to touch and feel their way around a keyboard surface to know which keys they have their fingers on, the Braille-book packs an easy alternative. The braille display at the base shifts and changes based on your typing needs, switching between alphabetical to numeric, and above it lie a row of keys that correspond to each braille unit. The user runs their finger along the dynamic braille display and when they find the right character, they press the key above it. The Braille-book even packs its own in-built speakers that improve accessibility by providing audio feedback to the user as they use the computer. Alternatively, right beside the HDMI port (for a display, if you do need one) is a headphone jack that lets you hook up headphones to the all-in-one PC for a more personal, private browsing experience. Computers, for the longest time, have developed more around the visual sense than any other sense. The Braille-book corrects that imbalance.
Designer: Youngdo Choi
|If you are in the market for a pocket mini laptop you may be interested to know that Chinese hardware manufacturer Chuwi may soon be launching a convertible pocket laptop equipped with an 8 inch display. Following similar design styles used to create the GDP pocket and other mini laptop systems the new mini laptop […]|
|UK-based computer company Entroware has updated its range of Linux laptops with 8th Gen Intel CPUs as well as NVIDIA RTX graphics. The companies Proteus, Athena, Zeus, and Helios have all received hardware updates in the form of with latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-series graphics and 8th and 9th Gen Intel CPUs. The Athena, Helios, […]|
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