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Grid 3 Software
Priced from £480.00
What we say

Text or symbol communication software with speech output. Options include: Widgit Literacy Symbols; PCS symbols; options to use as an environment control to operate household features such as lighting, door, electric sockets, TV; options to use for computer control.

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

You can do so much more with Grid 3 Grid 3 software empowers people with disabilities across the world to communicate, control their environment and control their computer. You can use Grid 3 with every type of access, from eye gaze and switch technology to touch and pointing devices. Find out what Grid 3 can do for you. Download and start exploring the next generation of AAC software. Includes a 60 day free trial.

Manufacturer's Contact Details

https://thinksmartbox.com

Smartbox Assistive Technology Ltd

Ysobel House

Enigma Commercial Centre

Sandys Road

Malvern

Worcestershire

WR141JJ

UK

01684578868 info@thinksmartbox.com

Key Features

  • can be used with switches, touchscreens, pointing devices, eyegaze, a traditional mouse or mouse alternatives
  • symbols can be selected to build sentences and speak phrases
  • includes ready-made grid sets/vocabularies, grids can be customised and expanded, or created from scratch, grids and profiles can be edited remotely
  • prediction system for text-based communication, leans most common words giving them higher priority
  • text can be input via an on-screen keyboard or a grid containing words or phrases
  • range of on-screen keyboards with choice of layout and adjustable cell size
  • can be used to send and receive email and sms messages, Skype, use social media, browse the web and access most Windows applications

Product Dimensions

Software
Windows operating system 7& later

Product Specification

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