NanoPac supplies products and services for individuals with disabilities (low vision, blindness, reading disabilities, quadriplegia, blind, legally blind, magnifiers, reading machines, magnification, reading glasses, environmental controls, voice activation, hearing impairments, voice recognition, speech synthesis, text to speech, magnifiers, and door openers).
The VoiceNote Apex is a practical, portable and affordable productivity tool designed for users who are blind and are accustomed to using speech output. With the VoiceNote Apex, you can take advantage of a superior notetaker and enjoy accomplishing productivity tasks without the complexity of ever changing operating systems, screen readers and updated applications.
Just 2 cm (0.78") thick and weighing only 612 grams (1.35 lbs), the VoiceNote Apex is simply perfect for keeping track of appointments, creating grocery or to-do lists, printing or embossing letters, notes or recipes, surfing the Web, listening to audio books, and exchanging information and documents with other computer users. The VoiceNote runs with the user-friendly KeySoft suite of applications, which includes content sensitive help, easy access to the user's manual via index or table of content, along with many other tools that make digital communication easy. Speech users will especially enjoy the high-quality stereo speakers. In addition, a trial version of the Sendero 2010 GPS extension is included and can be purchased as an option.
Featuring a long battery life and superior connectivity, the VoiceNote Apex can access email and the Internet with built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet. It’s easy to use and can store electronic books using one of the multiple storage options, including 8 GB of internal memory and support for high capacity SDHC cards or USB thumb drives. VoiceNote Apex users can take advantage of the ergonomic standards established by the BrailleNote Apex line and select the most comfortable QWERTY keyboard or full sized Perkins style keys for input.
WiViK can help individuals of all ages who are unable to use a keyboard, such as those with spinal cord injuries, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), muscular dystrophy, and cerebral palsy. Any pointing device or one through six discrete switches may be used as input. There are many alternative pointing devices and switches available in the assistive technology field that work with WiViK
All on-screen (virtual keyboard) keys work just as they would if you were typing on a standard computer keyboard. Select a key and WiViK sends it to a word processor, e-mail message, web page or other text-based application you may be using. Keyboards can contain any keys you want, can be moved anywhere on the screen and can be any size.