The VoiceSense is a PDA for sight-challenged users that runs off of a tweaked Windows CE OS. Designed by GW Micro, the device has a Perkins style Braille keyboard, a pair of speakers, a microphone port, three slots (USB 2.0, SD, CF) and headphones jack.
Inside it’s got a 540MHz PXA270 processor, 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth 1.1 support, an FM radio receiver and a rechargeable, detachable lithium polymer battery that gives you 12 hours of use. The 7.4″ x 3.6″ x 0.98″ gadget has a slew of the same software apps found in more common PDAs like calculator features, a database manager, calender, word processor, web browser, email and loads more. About the only thing that isn’t standard for the VoiceSense is its price, a hefty $1,895, likely due to its uniqueness.