Conveniently Use Your Mobile Devices Anywhere with the Hable One, Audio Documentation

This item will be released on July 11, 2022.

Learn to navvigate and type on your iOS or mobile devices with ease using the compact, high-quality, and intuitively-designed Hable One. This audio documentation orients you to the product, shows you how to hold it, compares it to the Orbit Writer, demonstrates device pairing, and takes you through many real world navigation and typing tasks. Learn to make calls, send messages, browse the Internet, send email, use Siri and the Google Assistant, and more, without ever needing to touch your mobile device. Please read below for additional information.

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Description

Have you ever:

  • needed to dig through your pockets, briefcase, or purse for your phone to make a quick call or respond to a text, spilling half the contents in the process?
  • accidentally sent badly mistyped content to a colleague when dictating in a loud environment?
  • struggled to type Internet searches, emails, social media posts, and more using your device’s touch screen?
  • had trouble reaching particular portions of your device screens, move between pages or screens effectively, and reach the content you’re seeking quickly and efficiently?

Let us introduce you to a thoughtfully-designed, compact, and high-quality little product that may be your answer. Meet the Hable One.

The Hable One is a controller for your iOS or Android devices. It also serves as a keyboard. It’s small (only about three inches at its widest point), rectangular, and includes both tactile buttons and haptic feedback. It’s used to navigate devices with intuitive key commands, type texts, phone numbers, and more in contracted and uncontracted braille, and allow you to use all aspects of your device without needing that device in your hands, thanks to included Bluetooth 5.1 technology. You can easily check its battery status, and change the language with just a couple keystrokes. Note that this device includes no speakers, makes no sounds, and has no braille display, but does includ lots of cleverly-designed haptic feedback. Visit the Hable One website to discover more information.

Chris and Kim Nova of Mystic Access first experienced the Hable One at CSUN 2022, and found the concept interesting. But we wondered if it was truly as reliable, effective, and useful as it claimed to be? Why not use the cheaper Orbit Writer, which purports to have similar abilities?

Well, we’ve since had the opportunity to use the Hable One quite extensively, and are super impressed with its features. Does it live up to the site’s claims? We offered a free virtual event in May, 2022 to share and demonstrate Hable One, and you can decide for yourself by listening to the recording at this link.

While our free event gave what listeners felt was a solid introduction to the product, it only scratched the surface as to all the Hable One offers. we find the device extremely convenient and intuitive to use for so many tasks, and decided it was worth a far deeper dive. Welcome to: Conveniently Use Your Mobile Devices Anywhere with the Hable One.

In this audio documentation, we’ll share foundational information you must know to help you make this considered purchase, such as:

  • What is the Hable One?
  • What devices will it connect with, and how many?
  • Possible advantages and disadvantages.
  • Orientation and how to hold the device for effective typing and navigation.
  • A comparison of the Hable One and Orbit Writer, from someone who owns an Orbit Writer.
  • Hable One battery life.
  • Charging Hable One.
  • Powering on and off.
  • Pairing with iOS and Android devices.
  • Using Hable One to type on a PC or Amazon Fire Tablet.
  • Using Hable One for basic navigation tasks on an Amazon Fire Tablet.

***Please note that Fire Tablets are not officially supported by the Hable One manufacturer.***

In addition to the basics, we’ll use the Hable One with both iOS and Android to:

  • Navigate devices, including scrolling screens and moving to the top and bottom of pages
  • Typing text in Internet browsers and documents, finding text, and selecting / editing text
  • Using dictation
  • Sending and receiving texts, andmaking and receiving phone calls
  • Using Siri and Google Assistant
  • Visit important portions of your device such as notifications, settings, menus, the status bar, and more
  • Show you just how fast and convenient this handy little device makes our device usage

this audio documentation is currently on pre-order, and your payment method won’t be charged until it’s released on Friday, July 1. This is a Name Your Price product, meaning you can pay whatever amount works best for you. We’re asking a very reasonable minimum price for this amount, and depth, of edited content.

We’re so excited to share the Hable One features with you. This product includes at least an hour and a half of content. Thanks for your interest!

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