When you think of a braille input device, you may envision a bulky, complicated device, with arduous connection processes and difficult controls. However, the Hable One is a game-changer in this regard. It's small, compact, and consists of 8 user-friendly buttons, including an on/off switch and a USB-C port. Did I mention that the buttons resemble that of a braille cell?
But what really sets the Hable One apart is its easy and seamless functionality. Unlike other devices, it requires no complicated braille drivers, just a basic Bluetooth driver, making pairing with your smartphone a breeze. The simple and logical commands are easy to learn, and before you know it, you'll be reaching for the Hable One over your touch screen. And, if you have a password or pin on your phone, you can enter it directly from the Hable One with ease.
Don't just take our word for it, try the device for yourself and fall in love with it, just like we have! For more information about this revolutionary device, visit our website at https://www.accessibilityotg.com/i-am-hable. And if you are interested in supporting the passionate team behind Hable, go to https://iamhable.com.
A more in depth review to come in the following weeks. As I launch the Canadian Hable Challenge, I too will be participating, for the fun of it! Following the end of the challenge, I will publish a greater length and more detailed review of the device and its usability, features, and functionality with the Android platform. Stay posted!