Streamlined. Lightweight. And ready to rock.
The WinSlate 12 with the Adapta multifunctional hub using a tough, rugged case and Corning® Gorilla® Glass it is ready for any real world use. Computing power is from the Microsoft Surface®, with the PixelSense display, so it's easy to stay current with updates and the latest features. The modular, sleek design allows users to remove and change auxiliary methods and keep the contemporary appearance.
We listened very closely to SLPs and clinicians and established a strict design goal; prevent snags, 'hangups', breakage and to protect the device and users. We kept the minimal footprint and provided channel ways to conceal and secure cables and create better ways to utilize multiple USB ports. It also comes complete with an integrated IR control!
The NEW WinSlate 12 with the Adapta multifunctional hub, comes with the patented FlexABLE® Handle and Stand, that requires no fine motor skills to position, and, on the back, a powerful SoundPOD™ wearable speaker that can be worn by the user thanks to a lanyard or even placed in another room next to and spouse, caregiver or parent. It can come with the optional, newly reengineered SnapLock™ Keyguard, custom manufactured to any AAC application. It's just three pounds, or 3.4 with optional Enable Eyes eye tracking module. The new WinSlate is ready to use on the table or desk to or an be easily attached to a mount system. Users can utilize alternative access method options like direct access with or without custom keyguards, optical or gyroscopic headmouse, and switch scanning.
We also include, the always updated WinSlate Dashboard™ and CoreWord™ language systems for all levels - from expression of basic wants and needs to the use of powerful text-to-speech engines. Another specific 'want' from the field was "run time". Our engineering department developed a mounted or portable battery system that can help users communicate and manage their environments for up to sixteen plus hours* with the XTNDR™ Battery pack.
* WinSlate device using touch access without accessories
Adapta is a multifunction hub that supercharges the WinSlate into a more powerful, versatile, and streamlined, ultracontemporary AAC device. It is made up of several components: 1. Integrated USB Port Protector - avoiding snags is easy with the integrated USB port Protector that fights against breakage and abuse and protects the motherboard, 2. Recessed USB ports will keep large USB options for auxiliary access methods safe and protected, 3. Concealed Eye tracker port is a hinged port access that is dedicated to the eye tracker. It safeguards the connection and maintains the modular aspect making for a reliable integrated system. And at the top of the Adapta module, built into each unit, is a powerful infraRed or IR controller!
Port relocator – for big deal USB devices.
.Adapta features a port relocator option for use with those large USB devices often found with switch scanning and headmousing. The Port Relocator attaches to the Adapta hub and relocates the USB port to accommodate large USB devices
With the Port Relocator in use, the USB devices are protected by the WinSlate and lay flat against the device.
The Port Relocator utilizes a break-away male to female extension cable to protect the USB ports.
InfraRed for all.
.Built into each and every WinSlate is a powerful infraRed controller. The IR controller can send signals to control virtually any IR device used for work or play.
Language development kits
WinSlate comes complete with prebuilt grid sets ready-to-control a variety of infraRed accessories great for pediatric therapy. Visit ForbesAAC.com/LanguageDevelopmentKits for more details..
Smart TV control
WinSlate users can take full control of their IR Smart TV using the WinSlate’s built in transmitter and gridsets. Control power, volume and navigate menus using any access method.
Download the promotional booklet the new WinSlate!
UPDATES! Keep the WinSlate running its best!
The WinSlate provides reliable communication for end users, and help clinicians with their speech evaluations and like any computing device, it requires updates. Use these two resources to help with that process: YouTube link and PDF document.
Available as a Dedicated Speech Generating Device (SGD) meeting the requirements of HCPCS code E2510.