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USB Port Adapter

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Intellikeys Usb Assistive Keyboard

IntelliKeys is an alternative keyboard designed to meet the needs of students with physical disabilities. It is a customizable, flat, touch-sensitive device. Unlike standard keyboards with a fixed set of keys, the configuration of IntelliKeys can be easily changed by sliding different overlays onto the touch sensitive area.

Magnetic Phone Cable

The Magnetic Phone Cable is designed for use by individuals with arthritis, fine motor or hand function disabilities. This magnetic charger makes plugging and charging a lot easier without the need of much strength. Additionally, the device is small, portable, and is available for Android and iPhones.

USB Cable (long)

This USB Cable (long) is a longer version of the USB cable for users to recharge their Tecla Shield DOS. It is designed for recharging the Tecla Shield without having to detach it from the users chair.

USB Charger / Power Port for Power Wheelchairs

The USB Charger/Power Port for Power Wheelchairs is designed for wheelchair users. To use, plug the device into the wheelchairs charge port, connect a USB cable to the device, and charge or power the device. This works for nearly all USB devices, including Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, USB fans, USB lights, and more. This will not prevent your wheelchair from driving like battery chargers do.

Usb Port Adaptation

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with cerebral palsy to insert a memory stick into the USB port of a computer. The USB port has a lead which extends from the back of the computer. A wooden block that clamps together with a tri nut was devised to hold the socket at the correct angle and position to make it accessible to the user. An additional block of wood was added to the bottom to provide stability. With the socket in position, the user can insert the memory key. TITLE: Co

Parent Category: Computer Accessories General
 
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