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This smart braille watch finally hits shelves

After almost three years, the Dot smartwatch is ready to hit the market.

It’s the first assistive smartwatch to display braille messages on its screen.

The round, sleek face displays six cells of six balls each, and allows users to send back simple replies by using two side buttons.

The watch has been in development since 2014 but kept hitting delays.

The company is now ready to ship it to 100,000 backers, reportedly including Stevie Wonder.

Source: http://mashable.com/2017/02/22/dot-smartwatch-retails/#MsQtlXgDuaqM


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