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21st Century Technologies MarketSpace
hi-tech solutions for people with disabilities


21st century technologies are making life much easier for an increasingly wider range of people who suffer from debilitating conditions and disabilities. Accessibility features are being incorporated into an ever-increasing
spectrum of gadgets and gizmos, and on these pages we feature as wide a range as possible of products
that will make everyday living a little easier for folk who need that extra little help to enjoy life ...


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This web editor knows only too well the problems that cables and wires can cause for people whose mobility, flexibility and balance are not 100%. Whether this be due to illness, disability or old age, having to bend down to plug in appliances, to link printers to computers, or to struggle with telephone cables is no fun at all. So most of the products featured on these pages are "wireless", using technologies such as "infra-red", "microwave" and "bluetooth".

Voice-Activated Speech-Recognition Software

Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Wireless 10.0 (PC)
(Speech-Recognition Software)

Nuance Communications, Inc.

* Windows Vista / XP / Me / 2000 / 98 / 95


* Offers unprecedented speech recognition with unrivaled accuracy levels
* Dictate and edit in virtually any Windows application, including Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and AOL
* Easily create and edit documents and spreadsheets, compose emails and instant messages, or surf the Web just by speaking
*Quick Voice Formatting commands allow users to issue a single voice command to make deleting and formatting text faster than ever
* Use the included Plantronics Calisto Bluetooth headset, or even dictate into a digital recorder when away from the PC

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