Info about display braille

Dave Mielke dave at
Wed Oct 5 13:37:24 UTC 2005

[quoted lines by Sauro Cesaretti on 2005/10/05 at 12:21 +0200]

>I'd like to know which display braille do you reccomend to me?
>I have to buy one so I'm looking for one display braillet
>that work with linux.

Many braille displays are supported on Linux. It'd be impossible to recommend
any one of them as being "the best" since each person's individual needs are

>Beside, I'm looking for one display that use USB connection

The USB-capable braille displays which are currently supported on Linux (via
release 3.7 of BRLTTY) are: Alva, Baum, Freedom Scientific, Handy Tech,
Papenmeier, Voyager.

>and it works with laptop computer.

This requirement will need some clarification. How must it work with a laptop?

>Ialread saw supervario display and the new
>version of vario40.
>Now I'm using the vario 40 display with serial interface.

The Varios are Baum displays, so, as you can see above, they are indeed

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