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Daniele,

Look to the products at VisionCue (for example) at:

http://www.visioncue.com/products.asp

They have an ALVA Satellite Braille display and an Enabling Technologies
Braille printer.

Read about it in:

Kalivoda, K. S., & Totty, M. C. (2003). Universal design and technology. In
J. L. Higbee (Ed.). Curriculum Transformation and Disability (CTAD):
Implementing Universal Design in higher education. City: Center for Research
on Developmental Education and Urban Literacy, University of Minnesota.
Retrieved January 3, 2007, from
http://www.education.umn.edu/crdeul/books-ctad.html.

Others can be found at Enable Mart:

http://atestore.enablemart.com/productGroupDetail.aspx?store=10&dept=12&grou
p=39

Good hunting, and let the rest of us know what you find that works best.

-- 
David C. Caverly, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction
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