Lisa has a small Tap wearable keyboard that’s seeking a nice new home. Tap is a wearable keyboard, mouse and game controller that connects to most Bluetooth enabled devices. PC compatibility requires Windows 8.1 and above and Bluetooth 4.0 or above.
Tap is engineered from advanced, biocompatible materials which allow for free movement and comfort while you tap. Tap comes in two sizes (this one is the small version), and has a micro-size battery which provides 8 hours of operation.
Wearing Tap feels like stepping into the future. Use it to compose text, mouse around, and control games. The mouse is just like your desktop mouse. Glide your thumb to move the cursor, and tap your fingers to click. You’ll be surprised at the feeling. Tap allows vision-free, voice free communication and control of smartphones and more using just the fingers of one hand and any surface.
Tap is just a simple strap around your fingers – you don’t need to hold anything. Users can tap anywhere, on anything, with no need to see the screen or their fingers. Taps become text and swipes of the hand move your cursor, revolutionizing the way users in virtual reality, augmented reality, and the visually impaired interact with their devices.
• Tap Wearable made from soft-touch TPU.
• Charging case with 370mA backup battery, MicroUSB cable, and Quickstart guide.
• FREE access to Tap’s suite of Apps: TapManager TapGenius TapAloud TapLoopsTapTapBunny TapChase
• Exclusive access to the official TapWithUs community group on Facebook
• Free firmware updates
IOS 9+, ANDROID 5+, OS X YOSEMITE+, WINDOWS 8.1+, LINUX UBUNTU
SMARTPHONE, TABLET, PC, LAPTOP, SMARTTV, VR/AR
Lisa took this unit out of the box long enough to confirm that it turns on and works. It has not been used or adjusted in any way. It comes with all original materials. On the website, it sells for $199.00. Lisa is asking $150, which includes shipping.
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit the Tap Order page.
Also, here is a review Lisa did of the Tap in March of 2018. It is near the end of the podcast.
Please note that there have been some improvements, and the unit Lisa used for the demo is not the one she is selling.
Please write Lisa privately with additional questions. Thanks for your interest.