Fabula is an unbreakable tablet PC for people with disabilities designed by for those who can discreetly indicate with their finger or hand but do not have the precision to use a standard keyboard or an ordinary tablet PC.
- It is unbreakable and impermeable and is designed to withstand falls from a meter and water splashes.
- It is designed for people with autism, Down's syndrome, people with mild tetraparesis or who have had a stroke.
- It allows users to write and communicate by touching the screen, even for those who turn accidentally to other buttons.
- It includes a "virtual shell," which prevents the user from writing keys accidentally touched, for example with other fingers or knuckles.
- Only the key pressed longer and with more conviction is confirmed.
- 12-inch display.
- Accidental touch filter (similar to the shield for hardware expanded keyboards).
- Speech synthesis, which reads aloud what is written, at the end or during typing (important functions for DSA).
- Virtual keyboards.
- Prediction system to write faster (word prediction and prediction of the letter).
- Alpha-numerical and symbolic tables for alternative augmentative communication (CAA).
- Design software to create customized keyboards.
- Carry bag, keyboard, and physical mouse for the assistant.
- Completely customizable. It includes an "open" design software that allows the teacher to create cards of their own liking, tables for (alternative & augmentative communication) or bed-writing exercises.
- Intel laptop processor 1.60Ghz.
- 1GB RAM.
- 8GB disk space.
- Three-hour battery.
- Wireless connectivity.
- Three 3 USB ports.
- LAN adapter.
- VGA display.
- Windows XP embedded operating system.
Options & Accessories:
Accessories are available for purchase. These include but are not limited to:
- EasyMATH keyboard for writing mathematical expressions.
- Support arm for attaching the tablet pc to the wheelchair.