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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Interpoint Pocket Slate is a Braille slate designed to allow braille paper to be embossed on both sides for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The hinged plates of the slate are enclosed on a piece of paper with pins holding the paper in place. Two registration holes, which can be punched with a stylus, are located in the upper corners of the slate. After embossing one side, the page is turned over and the registration holes are used to line up the slate. The registration holes are offset to ensure that embossing on the back will not interfere with the braille on the front. The 28 cell slate is also slotted for labeling. DIMENSIONS: 8.25 by 1.75 inches.

Price: 58.00.

This product record was updated on August 24, 2012.

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American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.

PO Box 6085
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40206-0085
United States
Telephone: 800-223-1839 or 502-895-2405.
Fax: 502-899-2274.

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