The K-NFB Reader (an acronym for Kurzweil — National Federation of the Blind Reader) is a handheld electronic reading device for the blind. It was developed in a partnership between Ray Kurzweil and National Federation of the Blind.
The original version of the reader was composed of a digital camera and a PDA, which contained specialised OCR software and speech synthesizers to read the scanned material aloud. It was released at a price of $3,495.
- "The KNFB Reader becomes the Property of the Nation's Blind". Retrieved 2016-02-25.
- "KNFB Reader Frequently Asked Questions". Archived from the original on 2009-02-08.
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