netClé (pronounced net-clay) is a unique customizable device that makes computers and laptops more user-friendly for people with mobility limitations, allowing them to stay connected and maintain their independence.

Created by a group of Tetra Society volunteers, netClé underwent an extensive period of testing and refining beginning in 2019 with the support of the Government of Canada. The project resulted in an affordable adaptive device for operating a computer, laptop, or tablet with minimal hand function.

What is netClé?

netClé consists of a small hub and a variety of connectable sensors, switches, and input devices that allow users to perform many of the functions of a computer mouse and keyboard with a touch from a single digit or limb!

At the heart of the netClé hub is a hardware-printed circuit board attached to a microcontroller that supports multiple input devices. The unique hub controller is customizable and can operate a range of computer commands and functions to suit user needs.

Some actions netClé can perform include:

  • Moving the cursor across the screen  
  • Left and right mouse click
  • Scrolling up or down
  • Drag and drop
  • Keyboard actions (including key combinations)

netClé is available in kits that include a netClé hub, a variety of input devices and the wires needed to connect them. Additional input devices can be added to either kit as optional accessories to accommodate individual accessibility needs. 

FAQ

Testimonials

Omar’s Testimonial

Learn how Omar uses his netClé and his recommendations for anyone trying this device for themselves!

Tim’s Testimonial

Tim discusses how netClé can help those in similar situations as himself with their computing needs.

netClé Kits and Options

The customizable nature of netClé makes it suitable for individuals with diverse needs, abilities and purposes, ultimately providing users with increased independence and freedom of activity. 

For more information about netClé, please contact us at info@netCle.ca

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netClé is available in kits that include a netClé hub, a variety of input devices and the wires needed to connect them. Additional input devices can be added to either kit as optional accessories to accommodate individual accessibility needs.


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