Intel has developed an electronic reader specifically to read aloud to the blind. The Intel Reader as it is called, is priced fairly high at $1,499, but is a researched based intelligent digital book reader which can read digital files aloud, and using the 5MP camera can also capture high-resolution images of any printed material and then using its text-to-speech software can read the same aloud in a host of listening speeds. Intel Reader works efficiently with the web pages and e-books that have been formatted online for visually-impaired. The reader has a four-inch color display to show and read text in DAISY, plain text or MP3 file formats. The Intel Reader doesn’t support Wi-Fi but does stuff in it an Intel Atom microprocessor and 2GB of flash memory. The device has some third-party software for scanning and reading aloud while it runs Linux, the fully charged battery is good to read aloud for four hours. Read more.