UbiDuo 3 Wireless

Instant two way text-based communication device.

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Description

The UbiDuo 3 Wireless is a communication device that enables deaf, hard of hearing, nonverbal, and hearing people to communicate face to face without any barriers. The device consists of 2 keyboards and 2 color touch screens capable of maintaining a wireless connection at up to 300-feet between the units.

UbiDuo 3 Wireless features include:

7-inch color LCD capacitive touchscreen – Capacitive touch means the screen is just as responsive as your phone or tablet
Customizable fonts (12-point to 72-point)
Customizable text and background colors

Each half of the UbiDuo 3 is an ultra-lightweight 1.75-pounds each, 3.5-pounds total per unit
Mini-HDMI port for connecting a TV or projector – Great for when you might need to share your conversation with an audience

USB type A port for connecting flash storage – Save your conversations on a thumb drive if desired
USB-C port for charging
8-hour battery pack
4GB of total storage gives you the ability to retain and store long conversations, as well as more of them

The UbiDuo 3 Wireless is great for communication when an interpreter is needed and during interviews. Try today!
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The Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. (FAAST) is administered through the Florida Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and is federally funded by the Administration on Community Living under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364).

Since its onset in 1994, FAAST has been and remains a resource to provide Floridians free access to information, referral services, educational programs, and funding opportunities for assistive technology.

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UbiDuo 3 Wireless available in the lending library at FAAST.org

UbiDuo 3 Wireless