Power Pad features a lightening fast 7th generation Intel i5 core Skylake processor, 8GB RAM, and a reliable solid-state hard drive. The device is built around the latest Windows 10 Pro operating system.
Power Pad comes with an integrated EyeTech TM5 eye gaze camera. Built on 20 years of research and development, the camera is accurate and reliable. It also has a large track box for users with involuntary head movement.
Power Pad is designed for all-day use. The large battery provides up to 15 hours continuous use, or 9 hours with eye gaze.
Power Pad has a 13.3″ full HD touchscreen with tough, shatterproof display. A single sheet of Gorilla glass protects the display – making it easier to clean your screen.
Power Pad comes with Grid 3, our flagship software for alternative communication. Grid 3 includes a wide range of robust resources, designed for people of all ages with different levels of literacy.
With Grid 3, you can do so much more than speak!
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Power Pad’s mounting and positioning options give you choice and flexibility in every environment. It comes fitted with both Rehadapt and Daessy plates to mount the device on a wheelchair. Use eye gaze anywhere with the variable angle stand that can be adjusted to achieve the perfect angle.
Power Pad features a hidden magnetic mounting point for the SmartNAV head mouse on the top edge of the screen.
There are 2 x USB ports on the device that enable you to use any other type of alternative access, such as a joystick, trackball or the Quha Zono gyroscopic mouse.
A hidden magnetic frame surrounds the screen of the Power Pad, ready to hold a keyguard securely in place. You can purchase keyguards for your device to fit any grid set in Grid 3.l.
There are 2 x built-in ports for switches on the device. Power Pad is also compatible with the Smartbox wireless radio switch transmitter.
The headphone socket can be used for auditory feedback, which is useful for people with visual impairment. In Grid 3, this will enable you to hear what a cell will say before you choose to select it.