Refreshable Braille Displays
Voice Sense QWERTY is a Lightweight Notetaker with Speech Output
The Voice Sense QWERTY is a notetaker for blind and visually impaired people who prefer a standard, as opposed to a braille keyboard. The Voice Sense features speech output, web connectivity, and Bluetooth compatibility and can play DAISY books and mp3 audio files.
Take Notes with Wireless Keyboard or Braille Display with AccessNote
AccessNote is a VoiceOver-compatible iOS app that enables blind and visually impaired persons to write and access notes more easily using a wireless keyboard or braille display.
BrailleNote Apex 32 BT Provides Web Access & PC Navigation
The BrailleNote Apex BT 32 braille notetaker provides wireless access to the web, peripherals support -- including printers, braille embossers, and flash drives -- and also serves as a braille terminal through which blind and visually impaired computer users can access and navigate their PC.
Control Your Mobile Device with BraillePen
No mobile app or device can raise braille dots, but that doesn't mean blind people can't use braille to run their smart phone or tablet. The BraillePen 12 and BraillePen Slim are Bluetooth braille keyboards that give users hands-free access to and control over popular Apple iOS, Nokia, and Windows Mobile devices.