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

What’s new in Clicker 7?

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Clicker is a popular literacy support software which helps users of all ages and abilities to develop their reading and writing skills. This week, Dyslexic.com released Clicker 7 for sale online and we wanted to let you know what’s new in the latest version!

Using the Clicker Board, students can organise their ideas to help them prepare for writing. This tool allows them to manipulate and link any combination of words, pictures and sounds to get started on their writing. Users can now record voice notes on the software, enabling them to vocally rehearse their sentence before they write. They can hear this read back to them with the new children voices. Sentences and words are read back in a friendly, age appropriate voice that younger students can identify with, encouraging them to actively review and self-correct their work. Clicker 7 also features enhanced word prediction and an even bigger library of over 3500 curriculum pictures.

Clicker 7 supports teachers by making it even easier to customise activities for different ability levels in the classroom. It also gives instant access to the software’s training materials – this helps teachers to get started quickly and become a confident user in no time. With Word Pool, teachers can add in unusual words or names to Clicker’s knowledge base to ensure it is pronounced properly, suggested by the predictor and accepted by the spellchecker.

Clicker 7 offers more access support than ever before to enable every student to access the curriculum and achieve success. In the latest version, the software offers eye gaze support and SuperKeys – the unique access method for learners who need bigger target areas.

Clicker 7 is available to purchase from Dyslexic.com by following this link >> http://ian.lt/1ZbHKox