- Multiple Device Control: compatible with the iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone or Android (we recommend the Nexus or Pixel devices or Samsung devices with the Universal Switch accessibility feature), Mac Computers, Apple TV and Windows Computers (compatible scanning software required)
- Built-in Light Touch Button Switch: the entire device is a button
- Internet-enabled Appliance Control: control smart home devices compatible with Logitech’s Harmony Hub or IFTTT
- Remote Monitoring: Users can share their location, activity, and conditions around them (temperature, light) with family and caregivers via the Tecla app for iOS and Android**
- App-Enabled: Configure your device from the Tecla app for iOS and Android, use the app as a remote control and remotely monitor a tecla-e device
- Built-in, rechargeable battery which lasts over 48 hours with continuous use
- Compatible with standard ability switches and wheelchairs driving controls
- Upgradable firmware
WHO IS TECLA-E FOR?
tecla-e is for anyone who can’t easily use a smartphone, tablet, or computer. This includes those with limited upper-body mobility resulting from spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or stroke.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
tecla-e connects to ability switches or wheelchair driving controls and allows individuals to interact with their smartphones, tablets, computers and Internet-enabled appliances hands-free. This includes iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android smartphones and tablets, Mac and Windows computers, Apple TV.
It works with all assistive switches on the market including buttons, sip-and-puff controllers, head arrays, joysticks and the driving controls of a wheelchair*.
HOW DOES TECLA-E HELP USERS?
tecla-e has a strong Bluetooth connection that allows users to operate their smart devices anywhere — even in bed. The device opens by simply activating the switch, which can be customized to the individual’s abilities without the help of a caregiver. Moreover, tecla-e moves with users, unlike other assistive devices, providing an elevated level of independence at a reasonable price.