Arabic Language Support: No
Focus 40 is a Braille keyboard allows people with visual impairments access personal computers. The device has 40 Braille cells and controls 8-key Perkins-style keyboard. In addition, it has an advanced navigation features that allow users to access documents, read emails, work with spreadsheets, and surf the internet. Furthermore, it supports JAWS, which is an interactive tool for teaching and learning Braille for blind and low vision people. As well, it supports USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Moreover, it is used with BrailleIn™ that allows users to enter contracted Braille, switch to display modes such as structured and line mode, or perform all keyboard commands for complete control of your PC.