Bedphones: The headphones for music lovers and poor sleepers

Bedphones Gen. 3 On-Ear Sleep Headphones for Judi Dash gear column for travel for Jan. 24, 2016.

According to a study conducted by the popular UK travel website, Travelodge, “eight out of ten Britons rely on music to help them nod off”. This is where Bedphones can help.

Bedphones are innovative headphones which were developed by Eric Dubs who liked to listen to music when sleeping. His degree in mechanical engineering meant he was able to eliminate the
problem many people were experiencing: no headphones were comfortable enough for users to wear in bed.

Measuring 5.2mm thick, the soft foam-covered headphones are the thinnest in the world and are so comfortable you can wear them to bed. They will practically disappear between your ears and the pillow.

They differ to standard headphones as you hook them on your ears so that the memory wire cable runs behind your head and down your back, instead of in front of you. It is recommended that you use the headphones to listen to soothing music, nature sounds or binaural beats played at a low volume before going to sleep. This can help you to sleep better and drown out noises such as tinnitus and other sleep related illnesses.

Bedphones are a great value option for those who are struggling to sleep and come complete with a satin eye mask, a sturdy travel case, and two pairs of replacement foams. To find out more about Bedphones, please follow this link >> http://ian.lt/1VPsz2H

Stump Stand Phone and Tablet stands now available to buy on Dyslexic.com

Our latest addition to Dyslexic.com, the Stump Stand, is an exciting ergonomic mobile phone and tablet stand – watching videos, reading an eBook or browsing the internet on your device has never been so easy!

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The Stump Stand has a minimalist approach to design and functionality. The ergonomic stand reduces the risk of repetitive strain injury that has been linked with texting on mobile phones and tablets. It has a unique design that allows hands-free viewing positions: ramp, lean and upright. The ramp position is ideal for laying your device horizontally for typing, emailing or browsing the internet. The lean position is great for watching videos or reading eBooks. The upright position is mostly used for gaming or charging. The Stump Stand is made from a soft silicone material and has a weighted bottom for increased stability, allowing the stand to grip tightly to the surface it is on to prevent slips.stump-3positionsblck

The Stump Stand is compatible with all devices up to .5 inches in thickness and is a perfect stand for iPads, iPhones, Kindles and various other Android tablets and smartphones. Plus, it is available in 7 different colours so there’s a perfect stand for everyone: black, white, royal blue, red, pink, green and sea glass.

Buy now for just £19.95 on Dyslexic.com.

Assistive Technology Apps

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This month, iansyst launched a brand new and exciting page on Dyslexic.com – a page dedicated to providing information about the latest assistive technology apps for iOS and Android phones and tablets! Assistive technology (AT) apps are becoming increasingly popular to help those with dyslexia, visual impairment, physical difficulties and many more disabilities. Whether they are being used on their own or to accompany a full desktop version, AT apps are a great tool to help make smartphones and tablets accessible. You can view the page here.

The page currently features a variety of app categories, including text-to-speech, concept mapping and notetaking support. Some of these you can even download for free on the App Store or Google Play. Our Apps page will continuously be updated to promote the ever growing range of apps on the market, so keep an eye out for future additions to the page.

The Apps page also features iansyst’s own apps that we have developed, including our popular literacy support app, AcceleRead AcceleWrite. AcceleRead AcceleWrite is a fun and easy to use, interactive certified remedial reading scheme designed for use on an iPad. The app provides ‘virtual’ cards, each with a series of sentences which the student will read one by one until they have memorised the sentence. They then tap on the screen to input the sentence exactly as it appeared to them. The integrated text-to-speech will enable them to listen to what they have typed to check for errors. This process is repeated until the sentence is correct and they can move onto the next level. There are eight levels of increasing difficulty and your progress is tracked in your results page, showing you how many attempts were made at each level and which levels have been completed.

iansyst are happy to provide support and advice about the ever growing range of apps and which could be beneficial to you. Please get in touch if you would like more information:

Email us: info@iansyst.co.uk

Call us: 01223 420101

View the Apps page by following this link: http://www.dyslexic.com/apps/