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submitted by Don Carlson

Brian Dillon makes lots of cool stuff.  For instance, his switch control Click2Go for w/c driving seems to be better than the SwitchIt stuff and no comparison with the awful ASL lineup.

Tash is selling his excellent PointIt product.
Click to Go  - 04 September 2006
He has a new cellphone operated by single switch.  Looks like it
operates more as a complete dominating control (ie uses the full screen and presents it's own content) rather than just allowing mouseover and onscreen within the conventional PDA/phone screens.  Might be better visually and easier to operate than the NoHandCom software.

I like the physical designs too which seem very durable,  and often find the mounting parts they use in Europe interesting.

For more info, contact:
Unique Perspectives Ltd.
Tel: +353 56 7725912
Fax: +353 56 7725936
Blue Tooth Switch operated interface for windows Mobile 2003 SmartPhone
BlueTooth switch Interface for Windows Mobile 2003 SmartPhone