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  1. JUMBO KEYED AMPLIFIED TELEPHONE WITH VOICE ACTIVATED NO-TOUCH ANSWERING (MODEL HD50JV ) Picture of JUMBO KEYED AMPLIFIED TELEPHONE WITH VOICE ACTIVATED NO-TOUCH ANSWERING (MODEL HD50JV ) The Jumbo Keyed Amplified Telephone with Voice Activated No-Touch Answering, model HD50JV, is a voice activated large button amplifier telephone designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or who are deaf or hard of hearing. The handset has up to 40 decibels (dB) of amplification. An "AMPLIFY" key remembers the handset volume setting. Sound can be adjusted with four digital tone control settings. Voice-activated answering enables the user to answer incoming calls without touching ...[More Information]

  2. SAMSUNG HAVEN Picture of SAMSUNG HAVEN Samsung Haven is a voice output, voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The numeric pad has tactile buttons with high contrast numbering. Numbers and menu items are spoken aloud when selected. The user can set up Voice Commands to automatically dial a number when a name is spoken. Other features include one-touch access to emergency numbers including 911 and In Case of Emergency (ICE) contacts; large keys and a large, bright screen with an op...[More Information]

  3. SAMSUNG PUSH TO TALK CELL PHONE (MODEL SGH-D357) Picture of SAMSUNG PUSH TO TALK CELL PHONE (MODEL SGH-D357) The Samsung Push-To-Talk Cell Phone, model SGH-D357, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Voice Command feature enables the user to dial digits, make calls, and launch applications with verbal commands. The phone also has a Push-to-Talk feature that allows calls to some numbers to be made by pressing one button. IThis phone supports Bluetooth connectivity for connecting to wireless accessories. Other features include speakerphone; ...[More Information]

  4. SOFT PET Picture of SOFT PET -------- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a mobile phone with call-and-respond naming capacity for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Dubbed the Soft Pet by its designers, this mobile phone responds to its assigned name when called much like a pet does. In addition to the call-and-respond naming capability, the Soft Pet offers speech input and output functionality and Braille buttons. The user gives the Soft Pet mobile phone a name much like they would a pet. When...[More Information]

  5. SPRINT PCS VOICE PHONE (MODEL A560) Picture of SPRINT PCS VOICE PHONE (MODEL A560) The Sprint PCS Voice Phone, model A560, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This cell phone has voice-activated dialing and a speakerphone function for hands-free operation. Other features include a color screen; SMS text messaging with predictive text input; a headset jack; TTY compatibility; calculator, world clock, memo pad, countdown timer, and alarm clock functions; voice memo recordi...[More Information]

  6. VOICE ACTIVATED CORDLESS PHONE (MODEL AP- 100) Picture of VOICE ACTIVATED CORDLESS PHONE (MODEL AP- 100) The Voice Activated Cordless Phone, model AP-100 VCS, is a voice activated cordless telephone with headset intended for use by people with mobility and upper extremity disabilities. No manipulation or operation of switches or other mechanical devices is required for complete control of this telephone. To activate the voice dialing mode, the user whistles a note into the headset. A state-of-the-art tone detector responds to a range of frequencies, eliminating the need to whistle a particular pitc...[More Information]

  7. VOICE ACTIVATED SPEAKERPHONE (MODEL AP-7000 VA) Picture of VOICE ACTIVATED SPEAKERPHONE (MODEL AP-7000 VA) The Voice Activated Speakerphone, model AP-7000 VA, is a voice activated speakerphone intended for use by people with mobility and upper extremity disabilities. No manipulation or operation of switches or other mechanical devices is required for complete control of this telephone. To activate the dialing mode and turn the speakerphone on, the user whistles a note. Once activated by a whistle, all functions of the phone are voice controlled. When the telephone rings, the user says "hello" or make...[More Information]

  8. VOICE DICTATION Voice Dictation™ is an iPhone / iPod touch / iPad app that allows users to use their voice to send SMS, Facebook, Tweeter, and e-mail messages. Voice Dictation™ utilizes advanced voice input technology. It offers a multi-language switch without any period, language or text LIMITS, and if users so choose, they can use their keyboard to make any changes. VERSION: 1.6 SIZE: 8.4 MB COMPATIBILITY: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for ...[More Information]

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