Imagine being able to expand an article in a magazine and highlight only the text, or go shopping and read all the fine print of the products. Even to be in class being able to appreciate the details of a textbook and at the same time to be able to see the annotations that they have made on the blackboard. All this is possible for people with vision problems thanks to electronic magnifiers.
Printed text readers go a step further: these devices detect and reproduce live, in your language, the text of the magazine or the book below. You can even save the speech to listen to it later.
Braille lines and keyboards, meanwhile, allow you to enter text, take notes, or read the contents of the screen of a PC, tablet or smartphone.