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    HP Slate 500

    The HP Slate 500 is the ideal PC for professionals who don’t usually work at a traditional desk, yet need to stay productive in a secure, familiar Windows environment. The HP Slate 500 is also intended for those who use custom applications built for Windows.

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    n-ABLER Trackball

    n-ABLER is a mouse emulator with a large trackball that requires only a light touch. Together with sub-flush mounted colour-coded buttons, it makes for easy navigation, selection and manipulation of objects on the computer screen.

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    The BIGtrack has a 3 inch trackball which makes it the largest trackball available. The large ball requires less fine motor control than a standard trackball and it is ruggedly built. It has a left and a right mouse click button located behind the trackball to avoid unwanted mouse clicks.  

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    Tower-Power is a computer switch adapter designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The device is mounted over the power button on a PC, and connected to a switch (not included) placed where the user can reach. This enables the user to turn on the power from a more convenient position, or using a switch that requires less dexterity or force. 

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    Converts Mac ADB devices for compatibility with USB

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

Minnesota STAR Program
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For more info contact:
Lydell Peterson