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SwitchPod offers iPod control for disabled

Australian disability equipment specialists Technical Solutions have developed a remote control which enables a person with no hand function to control Apple’s iPod. “The SwitchPod plugs into the remote control socket, and using a single switch suited to the individual, all remote control functions are available. For a person with high level quadriplegia, a switch mounted on the wheelchair headrest may be suitable.” Pricing and availability was not available at post time.

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That’s great! This is the kind of cool thing you get when enough iPods sell :)

Posted by Nagromme on November 12, 2004 at 9:19 AM (CST)


Christopher Reeves just missed out… too bad.

Posted by apple juice on November 12, 2004 at 11:07 AM (CST)

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