Griffin’s MouthStick Stylus to help impaired control smart devices, communicate better

A truly innovative, yet simple thought can change the way we perceive digital interaction. Griffin has always been in the forefront of innovations and now they have released the MouthStick Stylus that will help the impaired manipulate controls on touchscreens and buttons, without much trouble. The stylus is compatible with touchscreen interfaces, laptop keyboards and even Apple’s Magic Trackpad. Those lacking fine motor skills can now access and control their favorite touch-based devices without the worry of infection as the mouthpiece is made of food grade stainless steel.

“Everyone wants access to tablet technology,” says Melissa Lapsley, B2B Education & Assistive Technology Product Specialist at Griffin Technology. “With our MouthStick Stylus, we’re providing a customized tool that allows people with motor disabilities the ability to have complete control and access to modern-day technology.” Griffin’s MouthStick Stylus will be available from from Q2 for $30.