Sitting here thinking about the braille edge 40 coming to ios 6, it seems like the perfect bridge between transissioning from a notetaker to a braille display. but then I kind of got to thinking about this slide out keyboard I saw on a droid my friend had. With its nice fat lite keys, I was able to type with under 5 minutes of using the thing with only 2 errors. I then thought about how excited I was to be getting a keyboard case for iphone that acts as a slide out keyboard. Then, I thought to myself about how braille displays really are not that portable, which hinders their capability of really merging with mainstream technology. Being without braille for 2 years, and being a hardcore braillenote and braillesense user from hi school, I understand and deeply morn for my loss of braille due to its hi price. You can't drive a car but for the same price you can read? How insulting is that? So as I continued thees thoughts, it was getting harder to sleep and I still could not get the little slide out keyboard out of my head. So I thought, what if you had a keyboard case with the same lite fat keys, only there were 6 keys, 20 touch cursors, and 20 cells of braille and a thumbbar for reading navigation? YOu'd slide your iphone into the tray and who bettter than to retell it then apple? It could be powered by a tiny recharjable battery. when you slide out, it lites up and when you slide in it dims. Liting up would show that it turns on and dimming lite would show that it is turning off for sited people to seee of course. We would feel the display go blank or pop up.I would really love to see this eventually be as low as 50 bux but I admit I have no understanding of the expense of braille, unless we have all been scammed by thees companies. But thats a whole nother topic for you guys to address in response of course. There could also be a quarty verssion as well.