Epson talking typewriter acquired from Royal Institute of the Blind, Victoria, Australia, manufactured by Epson, United States of America, in the 1980s. The typist could hear the message and check that it was correct. Used by visually impaired people who could not read Braille.

Physical Description

Talking typewriter with brown keys placed on a white background. Micro cassette player, LCD screen and paper tape printer. Case is brown plastic with text moulded into clasps.

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