These Keyboards Can Talk To Disabled People

With the recent Americans with Disabilities Act, many businesses are trying to update their workplaces. In addition to installing ramps and elevators, that can also mean adding new office equipment such as a TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf). Such terminals handle calls from the estimated 25 million speech- and hearing-impaired individuals in the U.S. But instead of cluttering up employees' desks with another piece of equipment, Hitec Group International Inc. has come out with what may turn out to be a more elegant solution.

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