VP Columbia Braille Embosser
Order before June 30, 2019 and receive a $100 discount.
The ViewPlus VP Columbia is a double sided braille embosser.
This is the industry leading tactile graphics printer with tractor-fed paper.
- Braille up to 120 characters per second
- 400 pph (A4 Paper Size)
- High-resolution graphics (up to 100 DPI) with variable dot heights for color representation
- Includes TSS6 for braille translation and tactile graphics in Windows, also compatible with Duxbury or TactileView (available separately)
- USB and Ethernet connections
- New TigerPlus technology with round braille dot to Library of Congress standard, approved by leading braille experts
- Brand new design assures constant high speed and is quiet – sounds like popcorn
- Double-Sided Braille Printing (Interpoint)
- Industry Leading Tactile Graphics
- Tractor-fed paper (up to 12” wide or A3, also supports narrower paper)
- Audio menus
- Compact size (22x11x6) and 20 lbs
- Worry-Free Maintenance
- 1 Year Standard Warranty with extended warranties available
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