Korean company develops world's first braille smartwatch
A Korean company has developed the world's first braille smartwatch. Called the Dot Watch, it will go on sale in a few months.
It has already drawn over 150,000 pre-orders from 15 countries, including one from musician Stevie Wonder.
The watch enables visually impaired people to check messages, the time and set alarms via a Bluetooth connection to other smart devices.
Watch in Sign Language
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