Why should we still use Braille in the digital age? - Braille Symposium 2019
Why should we still use Braille in the digital age? Friday, the 29th of November, Hable attended the Dutch & Flemisch Braille Symposium, held every...
Hable empowers blind and visually impaired into the online world by Worlds' first braille smartphone keyboard, making sure that blind and visually impaired can communicate fast, safe and in private.See Product
Add the keyboard simply via bluetooth to your phone and stick it to the back of your phone or use it freely. The most portable braille device ever.
Use the braille dots on the device while using your phone to put in text. Combine them with the two function keys that can be used for space, backspace and enter.
Our navigation function makes sure you can use your phone without touching the screen. Scroll through apps and select what you are looking for easily.
No more bulky voice-to-text or spending minutes finding the right keys. Just private, safe, easy and fast texting.
In the future, the Hable keyboard aims to support all languages actively using braille. For today, Hable starts with Netherlands and English as first languages and is further extending towards more European languages.
Make sure to leave your details and your country if you are interested so that we can prioritize your language.
Currently Hable is rolling out the last and final pilot with customers in the Netherlands to make the last needed changes to come to an official first consumer product starting 2020.
Make sure to pre-order the product or leave your email address in the sign-in form to receive more updates on the progress.
The price of the device is estimated to be around €200-€300 depending on the country, taxes, and reseller. We are also actively looking for insurance companies to make sure costs of the device can (partly) be covered.
Hable fights for equal chances for blind an visually impaired. We want to speak out and make blind and visually impaired feel 'able' to achieve their ambitions, goals and dreams by helping them through technology. We are building a movement with #iamhable, join us and share your story with #iamhable!