This is a braille smartphone made for the blind, developed by Indian-based start-up Kriyate. While accessibility options on modern smartphones feature voice commands and tactile clues, the Braille phone uses little pins that spell out words, numbers and images using the language often taught to the blind.
The phone will ship for $184, which honestly isn’t anywhere near how much I thought it would cost considering how specialized the product is.
While I’m not blind myself, as a connoisseur of AWESOME gadgets, I might just need to ninja-it-up and wrap some sort of zorro mask, without the holes, around my eyes, to fully embrace this phone. I JUST WANT TO FIT IN GUYS! PLEASE LOVE ME!