From among the 200 deaf UbiDuo beta testers they found out very quickly it was something they couldn't live without. Even Jason Curry, CEO of sComm, Inc found that out as well that the UbiDuo is an indispensable communication device for business and personal use according to his interview with The Examiner newspaper.
And how big could this UbiDuo get?
"The problem with deaf people is they have been dependent on interpreters all their lives and this is the very first device that will give them the freedom to go anywhere without having to depend on an interpreter," he said.
He is marketing these dedicated wireless devices to businesses, government, employers of deaf people or who have customers who are deaf. Curry is deaf himself.
"I believe once the Ubi Duo gets intervened into the lives of people who are deaf or hard of hearing, I believe the landscape of communication is going to literally shift, in many ways," Jason said.
The UbiDuo's many features and functions make it an attractive communication device where many large businesses or companies will find it very useful in communicating with deaf clients, employees or customers. That's Jason goal and dream in hoping to see that deaf and hard of hearing people become even more independent than ever before with the help of the UbiDuo communcation device. It will truely become the ubiquitous device.
Next, be sure to watch Kokonut Pundits for more exclusive stories including two stories regarding liberating moments for two deaf women who had a chance to be one of the 200 beta testers of UbiDuo.
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