Posts Tagged ‘mobile keyboard’

TREWGrip Wants to Make Clinicians and Medical Scribes More Mobile and Productive

TREWGrip-logo-black-mediumIn today’s healthcare environment, documentation has never been more important. Productively and efficiently capturing that data, without negatively impacting patient interaction, is a challenge facing many healthcare professionals. For the first time at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference and to the healthcare community, TREWGrip is demonstrating the TREWGrip Mobile Dock, a handheld keyboard, air mouse and game controller that provides a mobile and ergonomic data entry experience for clinicians and medical scribes.

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04 2015

TREWGrip Returns to International CES 2015 to Unveil First Production Unit

TREWGrip-wHandsTREWGrip unveiled a first article sample of its rear-type handheld keyboard, air mouse and game controller at International CES 2015 in Las Vegas January 6-9, 2015 at the Sands Hotel and Casino. TREWGrip introduced a prototype of the TREWGrip Mobile Dock at International CES 2014, and is now preparing for production in the spring of 2015.

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01 2015

TREWGrip Named Engadget Best of CES 2014 Finalist

We were excited to learn today that TREWGrip was named as a finalist for Engadget Best of CES 2014! Although, TREWGrip did not win, it was a tremendous victory to be considered a finalist. There are more than 3,200 companies at CES showcasing thousands of products, so it’s tremendous for TREWGrip to standout and be recognized for its innovation.

Check out the list of finalists at Engadget.com.

A list of winners is available here.

10

01 2014

TREWGrip Featured on CNN.com

TREWGrip attended Unveiled at CES 2014 in Las Vegas where we met with hundreds of media members. Among the media highlights that came out of the event was this story on CNN.com:

Six odd and crazy technologies at CES

08

01 2014

Breaking the type cast: TrewGrip’s grab-and-go keyboard for mobile living

Hunt-and-peck, letter by letter, on your Roku remote, awkwardly balancing a wireless keyboard on your lap while sitting on the couch, typing long, painful emails with your touchscreen keypad – the world needs a new keyboard paradigm for mobile living. Outlier Technologies attempts to provide one its TrewGrip, a rear-keyed smartphone dock that you can hold and type with and is designed for use with smartphones, smart TVs and more.

Visit Gizmag.com to read the entire article.

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08 2013