Hanger Inc, based in Austin, Tex, announces in a press release its new microprocessor-controlled prosthetic hand, the i-Limb Quantum.
Per the release and the Hanger Clinic website, the Quantum incorporates Touch Bionic’s i-mo technology and can change grips with a simple arm gesture.
It also features built-in Bluetooth connectivity that allows the prosthesis to sync to a mobile app on a smartphone so that users can make immediate adjustments.
Other features include the ability to boost digital speed up to 30%, as well as up to 30% more power when needed.
According to the website, the prosthesis is available in three sizes to fit even very small hands, making it suitable for women and children.
For more information, visit www.hangerclinic.com
[Source: Hanger Inc]