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Nohandscom: Accessible Mobile Devices  - 20 July 2006

Nohandscom is a wireless, single switch activated device for access to PDAs and PDA cell phones. This device is supposed to provide full access to embedded applications, including telephony, writing, games, email, Internet, etc. To control the PDA, nohandcom control and configuration software must be loaded, which allows the user to control the PDA with the interface hardware by scanning. Since the system works with a variety of different devices, there are many different adapters, both serial and BlueTooth available, depending on the hardware being used. You will have to check the company website: , to find out which devices can be adapted. This hardware is aviable in North America through ETO Engineering at

Thanks to Don Carlson in Canada for sending this info to me.

Nohandscom hardware make PDAs accessible to switch users
PDA Smartphone with Nohandscom hardware interface mounted to power wheelchair.