Sound Operated Switch - This switch can be the answer for those people who have very poor gross motor skills that would prevent them from using a mechanical switch. The switch comes with a microphone that can be clipped to clothing, though an alternative microphne can be used as long as it terminates in a 3.5mm jackplug, such as those used with a computer (not the USB types).
The Crick switchbox is a USB switch interface that supports up to 4 switches. A switchbox (or switch interface) is needed for you to use your switch or switches to work with your switch accessible programs.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) ports are standard connection devices found on all computers these days. To get the most out of them, you may need a converter, extension lead or, if you are running out of sockets, a hub.
The new OPTIMA Rollerball uses durable, optical technology for precise tracking and control of the cursor. OPTIMAX is the very first wireless trackball specifically designed for users with motor skill difficulties.
The PointIt! Joystick is a four-button USB joystick with the option to have three different tops. The base has four buttons on it for left click, right click, double click and pointer speed, and there are switch inputs for replacing the left and right click buttons.
SoundPOD speaker for iPad launched - We are pleased to announce that the SoundPOD speaker for iPad is now available. The SoundPOD is a wearable AAC speaker system that can wirelessly connect to an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch via Bluetooth. It can be worn on a breakaway neck lanyard that uses a single handed quick-release. When removed from the lanyard the SoundPOD can magnetically attach to the iPod or iPad to create an all-in-one solution.
Kensington Expert Mouse is an affordable roller ball that has a large number of features.Around the ball are four buttons and a scroll wheel/button. These can be programmed to do whatever you want, including left click, right click, double click and drag lock.