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Touch Screen System Offers Customization and Adaptability to Meet Users’ Changing Needs

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primoA touchscreen-based system intended to provide customization to meet the needs of each individual user is available through the Lake Oswego, Ore-based company Boundless Assistive Technology.

The company notes that the Primo! Touchscreen ECU is intended to meet the exact needs of each user and can be adapted as the users’ needs change.

Primo! can be used as a simple system, targeting a specific number of functions, or can be configured to control a comprehensive environmental control system, integrating devices that include remote control telephones, intercoms, and other items.

The product can be operated by touching individual cells, any part of the screen, or via an external switch. Primo! also features a high-definition screen, 14 clear symbols, and offers remote control of a variety devices including lights, beds, riser/recliner chairs, and TV.

For more information visit www.boundlessat.com

[Source: Boundless Assistive Technology]