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Website providing news and reviews on assistive technology.
Assistive technology for physical access to computers. A
Canadian company; page in French and English versions.
Providing solutions that enable voice interaction with
networked information, including the Internet where other interfaces are
difficult or impossible.
Work with PCs using Windows entirely by voice.
Computer peripherals, like cordless keyboards and mice.
Regional offices around the world; websites tailored for individual countries
Head-pointing, large-key keyboard, on-screen keyboard, more.
Optical tracking systems: a hands-free mouse; head tracking.
Augmentative communication solutions, and accessories;
computer access hardware and software.
IBM speech recognition software lets you use the power of
your voice to surf the Web, execute online transactions, dictate text and
access information by speaking into a computer microphone, mobile device or a
A light-weight portable desk that supports books and portable
computers at the height and angle desired.
Several designs, with accessories. Different heights and
angles. Adaptable for limited hand strength; survives mouth sticks.
Holds a book and turns its pages. Controlled with single
lever, large target, or sip and puff.
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