Friday, March 1, 2013
People who have physical disabilities may find the MouthStick Stylus a useful tool for interacting with tablets like the Apple iPad.
The Griffin Mouthstick is a capacitive touchscreen stylus that is designed to be held in the mouth. Using this stylus, persons with limited or no use of their hands can enjoy the advantages of touchscreen interfaces on smartphones and tablet devices.
Unlike other mouthsticks, the Griffin Mouthstick Stylus is designed and engineered for both touchscreen and Home Button manipulation. It returns total control of the iPad user experience to those with motor disabilities. The conductive rubber tip works with all capacitive touchscreens commonly found on tablets and mobile devices.
Posted by DrJosephKim at 6:00 PM
Labels: disability, iPad, stylus, touch screen
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