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Simplified technology for the vulnerable

London-based OwnFone has launched what it says is the world’s first Braille phone. Starting at £60, the front and back of the phone is constructed using 3D printing techniques and can be customised, allowing people to add two or four pre-programmed Braille buttons.

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