Here's three devices in one. It's a color scanner at 1200 x 1200 dpi. It's an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) system for converting your paper documents into electronic documents. And it can read you a bedtime story.
Yes, it can scan books and read them out loud (or allow you to download PDF documents from your computer and have them read out loud as well). Its clear natural speech can also be stored as MP3 files for future listening. It can help the vision impaired with a magnify function, or change the display to more useful colors for the color-blind.
This single-pass scanner features a USB 2.0 port for best speed between it and your computer and uses a miserly eighteen watts of power. Don't strain your eyes reading that report, download it to a CD or your MP3 player instead. Whether you have vision problems, a touch of dyslexia, or just prefer to listen instead of read, this is for you.
Sounds like a Robotrix
Pros: Good for lazy people who don't like to pick up a book and read .
Cons: Sound like Female Robot speaking to you
Other Thoughts: Still needs improvement
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“Good for lazy people who don't like to pick up a book and read .”— 2/20/2010