Oricom, a leading provider of communication and monitoring solutions, has launched the VISO8 Digital Clock, designed to assist Australians living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia or those with sight impairment.
The VISO8 Digital Clock features a large 7.5″ LCD display, which provides clear and easy-to-read time and date information. The display also shows the day, date, month and year in non-abbreviated format, making it easier for individuals with Alzheimer’s and Dementia to stay informed of the current date.
This clock is versatile and can be mounted on the wall or placed on a table with its included desk stand. It comes with an 8-language feature that can be changed to suit different users, as well as a key lock function that prevents any accidental setting changes. The clock also offers a 12/24-hour clock setting option, making it suitable for a wide range of settings, including offices, schools, and waiting rooms.
“The VISO8 Digital Clock is a breakthrough product for individuals living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia or those with sight impairment,” said Oricom Managing Director, Kevin McDonnell. “Our goal is to provide a clock that can be easily read and accessed, no matter where someone is located. With its large display and non-abbreviated format, the VISO8 will make a real difference in people’s lives.”
The VISO8 Digital Clock is powered by two AA batteries (not included), and it is designed to have no trailing wires, ensuring a tidy appearance wherever it is placed. The clock is now available for purchase on the Oricom website and through selected retailers across Australia.