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Quantum enhanced display with blue tooth and infrared

by Michael Derosie-Drye A.T.P.
| December 29, 2010 8:00 PM

When one suffers a catastrophic injury, or an unexpected progressive disease unleashes its fury, you can end up with little to no function. You may have to rely on a motorized wheelchair for independence.

If so, Pride Mobility manufacturer of Quantum rehab has electronics that can support blue tooth and inferred devices. What does this mean to you? If your chair has specialty controls, such as a head array or sip-in-puff, this feature comes at no added cost to you. No other power chair manufacturer supplies this feature as a standard with specialty controls. Without specialty controls this feature runs around $1000, which is still cheaper than any other manufacturer with specialty controls.

With this feature you can control a wide variety of electronics such as T.V.'s, DVD Players, Stereos, your computer and many more, all while seated in your motorized wheelchair. You should always see a qualified assistive technology professional for installation of such products.

Mobility equipment is a wonderful tool to help complete your (or your loved ones) mobility related activities of daily living. If you are interested in finding out more about blue tooth and inferred, or any other mobility needs you might have, please feel free to contact Mike with American Seating & Mobility at: (877) 339-1234.

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