Everest-D V5 remains market leading in its segment. Everest has had a journey offering different functionalities, and in the V4 series combined features from the V3 Everest and 4X4 PROs admirable automatic booklet format. Nevertheless, always maintaining its modern attire for its times.
The birth of a new standard
Index Braille created the idea of this desktop braille embosser in the 1980s in which was sheet-fed and double-sided all for a competitive price. To truly appreciate this idea, Index Braille sought after a reasonably priced sheet-feeder in which was capable of embosing double-sided; this quickly became a market standard. A modern speech feedback interface was also to be implemented. Was it even possible to create a standing printer?
Now nearly three decades later Everest has become Everest-D V5, a truly versatile and flexible braille embosser meeting all market and customer demands in one single braille embosser.
Modern Braille technology
The Everest-D V5 is compatible with mainstream technologies such as: