DynaVox, the leading provider of speech generating devices and symbol-adapted special education software used to assist individuals in overcoming speech, language and learning challenges, today announced the release of two new additions to the Vmax™ line of communication devices, the Vmax+ High Performance and the Vmax+ Battery Efficiency. The next generation of the company's popular Vmax device, the Vmax+ devices provide new options that include innovative new hardware and software features that provide individuals with significant speech and language disabilities – especially those who also require technology to overcome and manage physical disabilities – with the tools they need to communicate in virtually any situation.
The DynaVox Vmax+ devices provide the latest technology for power conservation and battery efficiency to allow individuals with speech and language disabilities to communicate effectively and efficiently in real life, day-to-day situations while using a variety of mainstream technologies. The
Vmax+ Battery Efficiency
lets conversations flow freely with more than 10 hours of battery-supported continuous use. Utilizing a powerful and efficient dual core processor, the
Vmax+ High Performance
provides maximum performance and user response in all communication environments. Users will be confident with operational response when the Vmax+ High Performance is used in conjunction with DynaVox's popular EyeMax™ eyegaze system which is easily adapted to meet a wide-range of unique communication and physical needs.
The Vmax+ line of products:
Provides the freedom to communicate in a variety of ways.
Communication takes place in many ways other than face-to-face conversations. Integrated Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi™ capabilities vastly expand the ways in which augmented communicators can connect with others, and increase freedom and independence by allowing users to easily communicate by e-mail, cell phone and text message. The Bluetooth capabilities also enable the use of many wireless accessories such as switches, headsets, printers and keyboards. In the past, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity required the purchase of additional equipment at additional cost.