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Archive for January, 2015

Projection Keyboard & Mouse

The Celluon Epic Projection Keyboard and Mouse works with almost any Bluetooth-enabled device. Epic projects a fixed QWERTY keyboard pattern onto a flat, solid surface. The added mouse feature tracks your natural movements which can help reduce stress on your hands. The Epic is compatible with iOS 4.0 and later, Android 4.0 and later, Windows […]

Posted in: Computers

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Double Zip Shoes

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Double Zip shoes are an alternative to traditional tennis shoes. The double zippers can be useful for people who have difficulty tying laces or people who have stiffness in their feet. These shoes are able to be customized with various color and pattern options for the body, heel, tongue, and […]

Posted in: Daily Living

Access Video Interpreting App (AVIA)

Access Video Interpreting App (AVIA) remotely connects users with sign language interpreters. Released by Access Interpreting, this app may help people who are deaf or have difficulty hearing communicate with others who do not know sign language. Through AVIA, users can connect with an interpreter on demand or can schedule sessions for when they know […]

Posted in: Communication
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