The Money Talks Money Identifier for the Blind, model 703550, is a voice ouput paper money identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This handheld unit announces denominations of both old and new style U.S. currency, from $1 through $100, as well as identifying the front and back of the bills. To operate, the user presses a button to switch the unit on, slides the money into a slot on the front, and touches the button labelled "M." The denomination is announced in a clear male voice. The unit has raised tactile buttons, with volume and tone controls to adjust the sound. It comes with earphones for privacy; the signal from the unit is monophonic. The unit comes in a lightweight plastic storage case. Written and cassette tape instructions are included. POWER: Uses 3 AAA batteries. (included). The unit shuts off automatically after 3 minutes to save battery life. DIMENSIONS (LxWxD): 4.4 x 3.4 x 1.1 inches. WARRANTY: Limited 1 year warranty.