Verse The LCD Notebook

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This is a portable laptop type device aimed at the younger user. It has a simple monochrome screen, and a chiclet style keyboard.

It has several built in programmes to teach young people to spell and say words correctly. There are also simple music ones, and some rudimentary games, including car racing, Drawing, Pin Ball, Memory Testing, River Crossing and Speed Ski. Hit and Match and Factory.

The unit itself is well built and has a choice of viewing angles, the usual laptop style flip open, or the screen can be extended out on a stand.

The machine runs off three batteries.

Manufacturer: Potex
Date: pre-2009

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