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>> Available Feb 25
>> A talking calculator that shows a students work
>> Math and Disabilities
>> Premier Programming has just released a talking calculator, which is one
>> nine products in our accessibility suite. We realized early on that our
>> product line was not adressing the need for assistive technology in the
>> of math and science, so we started by developing a talking calculator.
>> calculator is just the first of three calculators we are developing. We
>> more to the calculators than just add voice.
>> The full functioning talking calculator can be used with or without a
>> reader. Every button, and edit area talks. It is easy to use with large
>> keys and contrasting colors. This calculator has more than voice added
>> it. It has two display areas so that when you are adding a series of
>> numbers the total is always displayed, even as you are entering a new
>> number. The feature that really sets it apart from other calculators is
>> that it displays your work. It actually displays the equation so that you
>> can easily see or hear your last process. When students are required to
>> show there work they can cut and paste it into a document..
>> This is one of three different products that we will be releasing to make
>> math accessible. We will be releasing a business calculator that will
>> statistical and business functions, and a scientific calculator. Both
>> calculators will be screen reader friendly allowing users to tab from one
>> button to another without having to memorize over 100 hot keys. Ease of
>> is just one feature. The other features that really set these apart from
>> the current calculator are the ability to undo all the way back to the
>> beginning. You will be able to edit your equation. However, the most
>> important feature is the talking graphs. The talking graphs will be very
>> similar to the graph interpreter that we recently unveiled in Washington
>> The standard talking calculator is free to anyone who wants to down load
>> We are hoping people like this one enough that they will come back and buy
>> one of our professional math products. In the past we only gave products
>> non profit organizations this product is free for everyone.
>> Both the business and scientific calculators will sell for $69.95. They
>> both include the graph interpeter.
>> For more information about these products contact
>> Steve Timmer
>> Premier Programming Solutions
>> 12800 Escanaba Dr
>> DeWitt, MI 48820
>> Phone 517-668-8188
>> Fax 517-668-2417
>> Email email@example.com
>> URL www.readingmadeeasy.com
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