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--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Echo 2000 is a hand-held communication device for hearing impaired individuals with some limited speech skills. The Echo 2000 works in conjunction with a standard touch tone telephone, using a two-digit number code to represent letters of the alphabet as well as commonly used words and phrases. To transmit a letter to the person using the Echo 2,000, the sender must first press the key on which the desired letter is printed and then press the "position" key (1, 2, or 3) which represents the position of the letter on the chosen key. Numbers and commonly used words (what, where, why, etc.) as well as "Hello, how are you?" may also be sent with special two-digit sequences. Incoming messages are displayed on the Echo 2,000's 16 character LCD display. Messages longer than 16 characters scroll across the display from left to right. DIMENSIONS: 7 x 3.5 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 12 ounces. POWER: Rechargeable batteries.
This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.
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International Services Corp of America
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Duncan, South Carolina 29334
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