Intel Reader Demo on Tuesday, November 16 at Greenwich Library

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IntelReader.jpgOn Tuesday, November 16, at 2:00 pm in the second floor Meeting Room, a representative from the Intel Corporation will demostrate their latest product, the Intel Reader.  The Intel Reader is designed for patrons with visual disabilities as well as the general community.

This amazing device transforms printed text to the spoken word, and stores text for later listening.  Weighing just over a pound and about the size of a paperback book, the mobile Intel Reader can be used at school, work, home, or on the go.  You can see and hear it in action here.

For more information about what the Intel Reader can do, click here.  All are welcome to attend the demo.  Call (203) 622-7918 if you need us to provide any special arrangements. 

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