Please note: Due to new manufacturer restrictions, Boundless AT can only sell standalone copies of OpenBook to customers in Oregon and Washington. OpenBook workstation bundles (OpenBook purchased with a PC) can be purchased anywhere in the United States. Customers in other states are required to purchase from their local OpenBook dealer.
OpenBook converts printed documents or graphic-based text into an electronic text format on your PC, reading it aloud with quality speech and the latest in accurate optical character recognition (OCR). OpenBook utilizes both Nuance OmniPage and ABBYY FineReader OCR engines to bring you the most accurate text recognition available.
Use OpenBook to read books, magazines, and bills. OpenBook identifies columns and places them in logical reading order. Change the language setting to read foreign language documents with native speaker voices.
The low vision features of OpenBook allow you to tailor the appearance of text on your screen, including font style, size, character spacing, and colors. A Split View option allows for easy comparison of the original document and the results of OCR conversion. Masking and Word Spotlighting features synchronize with the text being read, making it easy to follow the screen position during reading.
Highlight important passages of a document for later reference
Insert your own comments in a document
Scan bound books and maintain pagination
Export to other applications like Microsoft Word or Notepad
Enhanced ability to search for and download books from the Internet
Full support for listening to DAISY and other audio files
Built-in Braille support
Built-in photocopy functionality
Supports Windows 10
**Scanner not included**
OpenBook supports 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows® 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista® and Windows 2008 Server, 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server, and Windows 2000 operating systems.
System Documentation is no longer shipped with this product but can be downloaded here.
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