Touch screen tablet AAC device. Options: available in 11, 13 and 18 inch sizes, 11 with Intel Atom processor, 13 with Intel Celeron processor, 18 with Intel i5 proccessor, built in kick stand and mounting options; mounting plate compatible with REHAdapt and Daessy systems. Accessories: keyguards; external battery pack.
The Grid Pad Pro is packed full of features including high-quality audio, multiple access options and Servus environment control. Beautiful, responsive display Available in both 11" and 18", the Grid Pad Pro touch screen offers a bright display with superb clarity that responds to the lightest touch. The powerful processor makes navigating between grids, applications and the internet a smooth and pleasurable experience. Powered by the Grid The revolutionary Grid 3 is included with every Grid Pad providing a complete AAC solution for anyone, from beginners to experts. Fully featured with Symbol and Text communication, social media, in built browser, environment control, SMS and more.
Smartbox Assistive Technology Ltd
Enigma Commercial Centre
|Weight (kg)||1.5; 3kg|
No product specification has been specified.
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