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Assistive Technology and People with Disabilities: Assistive Technology Devices

Assistive Technology Devices/Equipment

Assistive technology devices are available and can be borrow for library use whether it is for research, studies, reading, or hobbies. 

Big Keys with Arabic Layout - a full-feature keyboard with large keys

Gold Touch Ergonomic Keyboard - an ergonomic keyboard that helps straighten hands, wrists, shoulders and back

PRETORIAN n-Aber Trackball Mouse - emulates a computer mouse but with fingertip control and configured for left-handed operation

PRETORIAN Optima Joystick - specifically designed for cursor navigation and precise targeting of objects on the computer screen

Humanscale Switch Variable/ USB Mouse - mousing solution that accommodates both left-handed and right-handed users

CERATECH Accuratus High Vision Keyboard - device keyboard for the visually impaired

Zoomax Snow CCTV - a portable video magnifier designed as a reading aid for persons who are visually impaired

Humanware Explore 5 HD Portable Video Magnifier - a small, lightweight handheld video magnifier 

Humanware Victor Reader Stream - a handheld media player for the blind and visually impaired that allows users to transfer content from the PC to a removable flash memory card and provides advanced navigation of multiple formats, including DAISY, MP3, NISO and electronic text

C-Pen Reader-Pen USB Scanning Pen with Headphones - the C-Pen Reader pen scanner is for anyone learning English and for those who suffer from reading difficulties

Brailliant BI 40 Braille Display - precise and efficient, responsive braille input keyboard and command keys located on each side of the display

Tiger Premier 100 Braille embosser - transfer computer-generated text into embossed Braille output