Please does any one try the mini seika braille display?

Braille on Apple Products
hi all please does any one tried the mini seika braille display? is it good? does any one have an opinion about it? please need your help



Submitted by Sof on Saturday, February 23, 2013

It is not a bad notetaker. Some functions could be more intuitive, but it's a work in progress and they are receptive to feedback. The battery doesn't last so much. When working with an iDevice, it does the job well but some keys should be remapped to perform more iOs functions. Just ask some questions and I'll do my best to answer.

Submitted by Noor on Saturday, February 23, 2013


Hi sof  thank you very much  I'm A teacher, and I want it to write names and marks in a text document and then transfer it into my computer.  and i need it to read some books  is that easy with it?And is it really quickly Damage?Do you Recommend me to buy it?

Miniseika New miniseika正面1  Mini Seika is a portable 16 cells Braille display with note taking and a suite of powerful applications. Mini Seika is compatible with several popular screen reading software for mobile phones and PC, so it will work well in conjunction with a mobile phone and PC via Bluetooth or USB cable. This user guide tells you all about them. Mini Seika includes the following applications: PC connection via USB or Bluetooth, connection to a mobile phone via Bluetooth, Notepad, File Manage, Read, Clock, and Calculator. Specification: CPU ARM Display system 8 dots Braille Display capacity 16 cells Keyboard 8-dots Braille keyboard 4 function keys 16 cursor routing keys 2 Navigation joysticks keys Memory extension Micro SD Card and U-disk Wireless Bluetooth Interface USB, MiniUSB, Micro SD card slot Power supply Bus power/AC adapter/Battery Battery Lithium rechargeable battery Languages USA, English, Italian, French, Arabic, Chinese Size 6.53(W) x 3.74(D) x1.1 (H)inches Weight 330g Compatible software: * SuperNova ScreenReader * Jaws * Window-Eyes * NVDA (free ScreenReader) * VoiceOver(Apple Mac and iOS)

Submitted by Isaac Hebert (not verified) on Saturday, February 23, 2013

I haven't tried it but from what I researched about it I is a wonderful braille display.

Submitted by Alex Marositz on Saturday, February 23, 2013

Yes, I own one. I purchased it used on ebay about 2 years ago. I don't think I would recommend purchasing one new though. I was hoping to use it to take notes during meetings and things but I found the keys difficult to type on. Also, it seems to, at times, loose connection with the phone. It is very good for navigating around the device and reading text so if that's all you want to do with it, the Seika will work fine but I think you will find entering text using the keyboard with any kind of efficiency difficult. I hope this helps.

Submitted by Noor on Thursday, February 28, 2013

In reply to by Alex Marositz

thank you very much you help me. but I need a notetaker can any one suggest good one to me? what about ESYS 12 or 24 I read it's manual I think it's very good need your advice