The Intel Reader is a portable, handheld assistive technology device that allows users to take a photo of printed material and have it read back to them aloud. It was released in November 2009, is currently available in English, and is sold in the United States , Canada , the U.K. and Ireland. It also supports Open eBook.
The Intel Reader was discontinued in July 2013.
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