There are only a few ways people can create Braille labels these days. One could use a $500-1000 Perkins Brailler and feed the tape into it, after which you cut it yourself per label. There are other handheld labeling devices sold which provide a stamping mechanism for labels; These take time and require rotating the disc after each strike. Not convenient.
Logan Tech’s Label Maker solves this problem quite well by offering a solution even those with sight could integrate with. In this case, the device allows for a qwerty keyboard to be hooked up over micro-USB, providing labeling as well.
A note about the recording from after it was recorded. At one point, I pondered if the batteries in the unit can be recharged or are rechargeable. There is an FAQ page which explains that using batteries which recharge is not recommended. These may damage the unit as they cannot provide exact currents that it may require. In the few weeks of constant use the unit has received, I have not had to replace the batteries however, so expect quite some time out of them. For anyone looking to make labels for a family member, schools which wish to keep a unit on-hand to deliver crisp labels quickly to students will find their world opened by this option as well.
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