Tobii Dynavox launches TD Pilot kit version of Apple iPad Pro

Tobii Dynavox recently launched the TD Pilot kit version of the iPad, which allows people with physical disabilities to use eye-tracking control and use the iPad.

Tobii Dynavox's official website that the TD Pilot kit version of the iPad uses the A12Z chip version of the iPad Pro equipped with the iPadOS 15 operating system. In addition to supporting the use of eye-tracking to control the iPad, there is also an auxiliary screen on the back of the iPad in the TD Pilot kit version, which Tobii Dynavox calls the "Partner Window", which can display the user on the iPad through the supporting software The input text is convenient for users to communicate with other people.

TD Pilot includes an A12Z chip version of iPad Pro (built-in four TD Pilot software, namely TD Talk, TD Snap, TD Copilot, and Pathways for Snap Core First), an iPad fixed track, and a convenient iPad boot for the disabled. Buttons, an iPad installation track status button, a USB-C port, two 3.5mm switch connector ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 1.65/4mm 15V power adapter.

The product is currently available for purchase on the Tobii Dynavox official website, but generally does not accept mass orders. Currently, it is only accepted as a medical device and requires a certificate from a physician.

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