The Braille-book All-In-One PC is designed to meet the needs of people who have visual impairments. Instead of focusing on the visual display components, this personal computer reconsiders that. The Braile-book is a computer entirely housed in a keyboard. It can be connected to a monitor or mouse if necessary, but they’re not the focus. The Braile-book has ports that you can use to connect accessories, such as headphones and microphones. So you still have all the functionality of an all-in-one PC. There is a row of Braille keys at the bottom of the keyboard that changes with your needs. There is also a standard keyboard above the Braille keys, but these Braille keys function just the same. On top of that, the all-in-one keyboard also comes with built-in speakers that give you feedback. This really is a step in the inclusive direction.