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Low-Cost Braille Printer Gets Intel Backing

low cost braille printer

Middle School student 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee received back from Intel Capital for his prototype of a low-cost braille printer.  He used Legos to create a device that can print braille.   He hopes to mass produce them and to make them available at $350, which is significantly less than a typical braille printer now costs.

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