OrbiTouch Keyless Keyboard has a strong focus on helping to improve the lives of those with disabilities. People with cerebral palsy, for instance, usually possess ordinary or even above-average intelligence, but have difficulty communicating because of their handicap. They have trouble not only talking and writing, but also using that basic accessory of the information age, the computer keyboard. By removing this frustrating obstacle, the orbiTouch allows people with various debilitating conditions to communicate effectively, and even to have gainful employment which would otherwise be beyond their reach.
I was particularly glad to hear that orbiTouch units are getting into the hands of disabled American veterans. There is no other two-handed input device I can think of that would allow someone to type and mouse using a prosthetic arm or hand, and there are surely many veterans doing just that thanks to Blue Orb.
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