Friday, December 17, 2010

Kapten Plus Talking Pocket GPS with Mobility Kit


Unlike other GPS systems, the tiny Kapten Plus Talking Pocket GPS Navigational System from Kapsys has no screen. This palm-sized unit uses voice recognition technology that allows it to accept verbal input. You make navigation requests by talking to the Kapten Plus and are in turn given spoken directions. It gives the blind or visually impaired pedestrian a tool to help them get where they need to go. This version adds a mobility kit with a spare battery, car/wall chargers and a carry case for maximum functionality and flexibility.

Kapten Plus voice-controlled mobility assistant is a new generation of voice-controlled navigator for the blind and visually impaired. It offers the main features of the 1st generation Kapten and adds innovative features to ease mobility of those with limited vision.

Get more information about the Kapten Plus Talking Pocket GPS Navigational System from Kapsys

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