Tecla-e Assitive Device Offers More Control

Tecla-e Assitive Device Offers More Control
The Tecla-e from Komodo OpenLab offers assistive control for up to eight devices simultaneously.

Developed for people with limited upper body mobility, the Tecla-e is meant to be used in conjunction with the user’s existing assistive control device. Once in place, the Tecla-e uses Bluetooth to communicate with computers and tablets, as well as any devices that make up the Internet of Things, such as lights, appliances or doors.

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