Voice Output Word Processor

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Forte

The Forte is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. The Forte has a QWERTY keyboard and an LCD display. This portable device is available in various packages. The Forte Basic Package includes a Forte keyboard and the basic software package which features flash drive compatibility, wireless fire transfer, abbreviation expansion, sticky keys, spell-check disable, a dictionary, cut/copy/paste functions, scoring program, and formatted file transfer. The premium

Fusion Portable Keyboard

The Fusion Portable Keyboard is a word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities. Features include a large liquid crystal display (LCD) with adjustable font sizes, Math 101 math facts practice, and a wide variety of other writing supports. Functions that students use most frequently like the thesaurus, font size adjustment, and word prediction have dedicated keys for one-button access. All other options, like cut and paste, disabling spell check, or adjustments to word

Write:outloud To Go

Write:Outloud To Go is a voice output word processor designed for use by individuals with learning disaibilities. This system combines Write:Outloud (see separate entry) software from Don Johston, the Dana portable word processor from Renaissance Learning (see entry), and a VoiceCard. Students can use it to take notes in class, collect research in the library, or write essays with speech feedback. Auditory support helps the student self-evaluate voice, word choice, and sentence fluency. Informat

Parent Category: Blind and Low Vision General
 
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