Using a paired smartphone or other electronic device, the dot smartwatch translates messages into braille, four characters at a time. The smartwatch can be used to communicate Tweets, messages—or entire eBooks. Wearers even have the option of controlling the speed at which the characters change. Design-wise, the watch is sleek with a minimalist charm—unlike other bulky devices for the blind designed purely for functionality and with zero to little consideration for aesthetics. All this tech for the very reasonable price of $300.
And in case you were wondering, yes, it tells time.
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