For those who are living with some sort of physical disability, such as the loss of limbs or being unable to use them due to stroke or paralysis, will be pleased to know that the world has not forgotten about them when it comes to using touchscreen devices. The Griffin MouthStick Stylus has just debuted, where it will help expand the world of tablets, paving the way for touchscreen and button interaction for folks who have manual disabilities.
The Griffin MouthStick Stylus will be compatible with a slew of touchscreen interfaces, including laptop keyboards as well as Apple’s Magic Trackpad. Thanks to a well-balanced design, the Griffin MouthStick Stylus can be held comfortably in the mouth for long hours without causing any strain or discomfort, and is made up of food-grade stainless steel for its mouthpiece, sporting BPA- and latex-free silicone rubber mouthpiece sleeves, as well as a conductive silicone rubber tip and an adjustable aluminum gooseneck shaft. Expect to see the Griffin Mouthstick Stylus arrive before the first half of the year is over for $29.99 a pop.
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