Below are various alternative assistive technology products and solutions that may be applied to an HP product to extend the level of accessibility.
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ZoomText screen reader/magnifier and BigShot screen magnifier for desktop and notebook PCs.
HP All-Access Workstation; computer system that provides universal access to people with a wide range of abilities and needs.
JAWS® screen reader, MAGic® screen magnifier, Face2Face communication solution for individuals who are deaf and blind.
HIMS is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of assistive technology for the blind and visually impaired since 1999. They are committed to providing affordable, high quality products that meets the needs of customers at work, school or home.
AccMonitor™ manages corporate and regulatory standards for Web site content and quality.
iCommunicator promotes independent communication for persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and encourages increased literacy by “translating” English a number of ways.
LaZee Mouse; hands-free computer access and control.
specializes in providing the hardware and software that enables senior citizens to have a failure-free computing experience. Our specialized MyGait Senior PC includes the necessary training, setup, help, and unlimited access to support specialists who are dedicated to meeting the needs of senior computing.
NVDA software enables people with vision impairments and blindness to use a computer by communicating what is on the screen using a synthetic voice or braille. NVDA is a free screen reader for Microsoft Windows that is fully functional and portable.
HeadMouse® Extreme, a wireless head-pointing solution for PCs that translates the movements of a user's head into proportional movements of the computer mouse pointer; Swifty™ wireless USB switch interface; Beam™ wireless switch transmitter; Sip/Puff Switch; onscreen keyboard and mouse-click utility software.
The HP Printing Mailbox with Presto Service for people who do not use a computer. Allows a person to receive printed messages sent via e-mail. Uses a customized HP inkjet printer that is designed with low maintenance needs for the novice user.
ChatPC; HP iPAQ-based augmentative and alternative communication device (AAC).
DDurateq; a durable handheld based on the HP iPAQ.
Read&Write GOLD, Browsealoud, and Lexiflow literacy software solutions for individuals with reading and writing difficulties or learning disabilities such as dyslexia, who are English language learners.