Yes. Key-X is compatible with any computer with an available USB port running Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 or later), Linux, Android or Mac OS.
The use on Mac OS has minor limitations such as the absence of the “Command” key.
Yes. Key-X works on any Android mobile device that has the USB On-the-Go (USB OTG) feature. In other words, Key-X is compatible with any tablet or smartphone that allows connection of external USB devices.
To use Key-X on these devices, you must use a USB-OTG adapter easily found in computer stores.
No. The use of Key-X is easy and intuitive, and the device comes with a friendly instruction manual.
Key-X has a special input for connecting any external adaptive switch, allowing it to be controlled without touching its buttons.
In this operating mode, each button’s individual light turns on in sequence, one at a time, with a timing delay defined by the user. Then, all the user has to do is to activate the external switch when the desired button lights up.
Thus, by using the most appropriate adaptive switch for each individual, Key-X can be operated by people who do not have sufficient motion capabilites to carry out active movements to reach the panel buttons directly, allowing full use of the computer even for people with the most severe functional limitations.
No. Key-X is fully Plug-and-Play compatible, and does not require the installation of any software. With this product, the user can use all the features of his/her computer or mobile device to the fullest, including any text editor, spreadsheets, presentation software, web browsing, social networking and even games.