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iBill – identify your money without even seeing it


iBill money identifier

Handling paper money can be a task for people who have trouble seeing. Especially money that is all the same color. For blind people or near blind, the iBill can help them identify their bills to make sure they’re giving and getting the right amount.

The iBill is a talking banknote identifier. Basically, it scans bills and an automated voice tells the holder what bills they have. Unfortunately, this only works on US bills but it can identify all bills from $1 up to $100. The voice is discreet and there’s also a headphone jack to make it extra safe.

The battery is very long lasting but even so, it uses a standard AAA battery. You can attach it to a keychain or a lanyard easily making it ultra-portable so that it’s on hand whenever you need it. If a bill cannot be identified, the iBill tells you that as well. It can be updated so when the Treasury puts out new bills, you can be sure that iBill can identify them. This is a great product for people who have problems with their eyesight. The iBill is $119.

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