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Griffin introduces MouthStick Stylus
By Phil Dzikiy | 02.28.13

Griffin has announced its MouthStick Stylus ($30), a stylus affixed to a mouthpiece that allows people with fine motor impairments to use digital devices. The MouthStick Stylus was designed in collaboration with physicians and people with physical disabilities. It works with touch screens, laptop keyboards, and Apple’s Magic Trackpad.


The mouthpiece holding the rubber-tipped aluminum stylus is made from food-grade stainless steel and comes with three sets of BPA- and latex-free silicone rubber mouthpiece sleeves. A gooseneck shaft allows the stylus to be used at any angle. Griffin’s MouthStick Stylus will be released in the second quarter of this year.

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This is so cool to see a company like Griffin make a special needs pointer device! So often that we forget that there are others who need assistance and do not have the means to make or build the tools the need in order to use and enjoy the devices that we all love. A big cheer to Griffin for doing this.

By jim on 02.28.13 at 10:53 PM

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