Brailliant BI 40X MP3 Audio Tutorial

Brailliant BI 40X MP3 Audio Tutorial

Meet the newest generation of Brailliant braille displays from Humanware.

The Brailliant BI 40X is so much more than a braille display. Whether you wish to connect to your phone or computer, read braille books and magazines from BARD, Bookshare, or NFB Newsline, or create and read documents, the Brailliant BI40 X is here to be your efficient companion. Small, portable and convenient to take anywhere, this intuitive device offers a suite of practical applications, including KeyPad for document creation, KeyFiles for file management, and KeyCalc, the calculator. If there are apps you don't want on your main menu, you can remove them and add them back when or if you wish.

Use the familiar VictorReader app to enjoy your books, newspapers, and magazines. Connect to, and switch among, multiple devices (up to five Bluetooth and one USB device) for reading your way in Terminal mode. Enjoy the high quality and consistency you've come to expect from Humanware braille displays.

Mystic Access is thrilled to have collaborated with Humanware to create audio documentation for the Brailliant BI X series. Please read below for the full table of contents for this documentation.

  • Introduction
  • Box Contents
  • Orientation
  • Care And Feeding of Your Device
  • Powering On And Off
  • Sleep Setting
  • Checking Battery Status
  • First Time Start
  • The Main Menu
  • Editor - KeyPad
  • Editor Settings
  • Creating A File
  • The Context Menu
  • Editing Text
  • Selecting Text
  • Saving A File
  • Creating A File From Within A File
  • Opening Files
  • Finding Text
  • File Size Limits
  • Read Mode
  • Auto Scroll
  • Inserting The Date And Time
  • Finding And Replacing Text
  • Changing Grade of Braille
  • Setting Up Wi-Fi
  • Exploring And Connecting To Online Services
  • Exploring Victor Reader
  • Using KeyFiles
  • Exploring The Calculator, KeyCalc
  • Date And Time
  • Terminal Mode
  • Setting Up a Device to Use with Terminal for The First Time
  • Locating NVDA Specific Commands
  • Exiting Terminal Mode
  • Connecting Using USB with NVDA
  • Connecting Using USB with JAWS
  • Connecting Using Bluetooth with JAWS
  • Changing Braille Display with JAWS
  • Brailliant Screen Reader Commands Resources
  • Reconnecting Devices
  • Switching Among Multiple Devices
  • Learning iOS Specific Commands
  • Pairing n iOS Device for The First Time
  • Exploring Options
  • User Settings
  • Braille Profile
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Main Menu Applications
  • Change Language
  • Activate Exam Mode
  • About
  • Check For Updates
  • User Guide
  • Troubleshooting
  • Conclusion And Contact Information

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