FREE upgrades for 3 months for UK Education Access purchases in September
Dolphin is dedicated to improving the lives of everyone with visual impairments. This view is especially pertinent for the pupils and students within all levels of education within the UK.
"I would highly recommend to anyone considering making the move to Dolphin and its products to do so, as the experience will not be a regrettable one." Shane Lake, Alternative Media Specialist/IT Support, American River College
Provide your blind and low vision pupils with the ultimate in universal access to laptops, desktops and networks with the all NEW and completely re-engineered SuperNova from Dolphin Computer Access.
Your SMA entitles you to FREE upgrades and updates including new features, support for the latest applications and completely NEW versions of SuperNova within the 3 month SMA period.
This offer ONLY applies to UK education purchases during September, so email Kathy and her team today or alternatively call on 01905 754577 to discuss your pupils and students requirements!
Discover more about SuperNova
- Browse the SuperNova product pages
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- 10 reasons why dolphin customers love our screen readers
- 10 extra things to know about SuperNova
- Download a 30 day trial today to discover just how SuperNova can maximise the potential of your blind and low vision pupils
Why is SuperNova the perfect choice for Education?
- Only solution that offers complete Speech, Magnification and Braille support
- It's a full screen reader complete with the latest natural sounding voices
- Includes a full screen magnifier with variable magnification, multiple magnification styles and a variety of colour enhancement options
- New to SuperNova version 9 - Brand new Internet support, enabling easy navigation of the web
- Fully networkable for easy installation into your networks
- Available on a CD or pre-installed on the Dolphin Pen USB drive, offering students universal access on any PC
- Flexible user count, licence the number of students who require it, not the number of PCs