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Megabee

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MegaBee™ is a writing tablet designed for use by individuals with traumatic brain injury, stroke, motor-loss, multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neuron disease (MND), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy and those who are not able to write legibly. The tablet uses eye movement and blinking as the method to select letters or phrases, which are then displayed on its screen. MegaBee™ is fully portable and can be used for individuals with limited mobility and residents of a home care facility. The unit does not require computing equipment for its basic operation, it does however have Bluetooth® wireless communication ability if the user wants to display on a larger screen to several people or input text into a personal computer. Custom abbreviations of up to 260 phrases (20 characters maximum) can also be uploaded using a computer to provide a short-cut typing mechanism specifically tailored to suit the individual user. MegaBee™ can also be used in “picture” mode which allows symbols, pictures, cartoons, and drawings to be used instead of text. For low literacy levels or cognitively impaired users, this allows a highly personalized and flexible solution. Symbols can be changed at will using our free software and a color printer.

POWER: Re-chargeable batteries [charger supplied] for 24 hour operation on a full charge.
OPTIONS: Bluetooth compatible.
Height: 430 millimeters, W: 300 millimeters, D: 40 millimeters [A3 size].
WEIGHT: 950 grams.
COLOR: Black frame with multiple colors on surface.
WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

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as of: 
11/23/2014
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£786.00

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