Low Cost Portable Braille Printer Made By Indian Origin 13 Year Old Student Shubham Banerjee

A 13-year-old Indian-origin boy Shubham Banerjee, an eighth-grade student in Santa Clara, California, who invented a low-cost portable Braille printer, is now working with technology giant Microsoft to integrate it with Windows to make it easily accessible to the visually-impaired…He is targeting a price point of $500. The young student has started working with a Windows team to integrate Braigo drivers with Windows for easy deployment….join with me to congratulate him!!

Low Cost Portable Braille Printer






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