Why should blind and low vision customers spend thousands of dollars on assistive technology to connect with the world? At Serotek we believe accessibility is a universal right, and we work hard day in and day out to ensure our products help you get the most of any computer. Our solutions are more affordable, convenient and easy-to-use than the typical competition.
Reasons to consider Serotek
- We feature American-based customer and technical support.
- We openly challenge the traditional assistive technology industry to beat our prices.
- Cross-platform accessibility is an ongoing commitment, not an overlooked concept.
- People who use Serotek products have the distinct advantage of our remote training and support services regardless of the third-party screen reader of the opposite user.
- As a company predominantly run by blind staff, we are active consumers of our own products.
But, don't take our word for it. Get to know the Serotek culture. We think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Serotek’s Screen Reader
A screen reader is a text to speech application that renders elements on a computer screen through synthetic speech. The application relies on a series of keystrokes to replicate mouse functionality, and through these easy keystrokes you can navigate menus, adjust system settings, and surf the Internet. System Access, Serotek’s award-winning screen reader, is the perfect solution for the computer novice and expert alike. Whether you require speech, text enlargement, or Braille access, System Access is your reliable companion at home, in the class, or on the job.
Join the Community with SAMNet
The System Access Mobile Network, or SAMNet, is Serotek’s renowned online community that provides people information and entertainment from around the world. Through this service you can send and receive email, listen to streaming radio stations, text and voice chat with friends, hear audio-described movies, catch up with today’s news, and much more! You can join the fun with either monthly or yearly subscription plans.
Hear the Printed Word with DocuScan Plus
What’s the best way to keep up with your daily mail and stay current with the books and magazines you love?”. The affordable DocuScan Plus lets you scan newspapers, books, magazines, bills, brochures, and other mail. In moments the application will speak aloud the words that were previously difficult or impossible to read. All you need is an off-the-shelf scanner, DocuScan Plus, and a Windows or Apple Macintosh computer. With DocuScan Plus, asking for sighted assistance to read hard copy is yesterday’s news.
Entertainment on the Go
These days it’s no longer necessary for you to be stuck in front of your computer to be productive. With the iBlink Radio app, you can find news and entertainment from just about anywhere. Music, Radio Reading services from around the U.S. or the best in talk radio from those in the Blind community with the SeroTalk Podcast Network. You can discover all this and more by downloading the free iBlink Radio app from Google Play or the iOS App Store.
Serotek in the Classroom
At Serotek we set out to level the playing field for all students by offering our System Access software to those in grades K-12 for free. In the 21st century there’s no excuse for anyone to fall behind because they cannot interact with computers.
Serotek in the Workplace
Many companies are turning to the internet for conducting meetings as it saves time and money. Sadly, most common solutions for webinars and internet meetings are hard to use for the blind and visually impaired. Accessible Event is an internet meeting program that can be used with a company’s existing software, or used on its own, for providing voice and data presentations. Whether for work or play, Serotek has the best tools to help you stay connected anywhere your profession may take you.
What Customers Say
"Excellent direction of your company. Access is a right! Please stress that even more in your literature. Access is a civil right! I believe assistive tech companies fail to emphasize this fact. With SA To Go, accessing computers is no longer a barrier. That's how it should be! Frankly, if the competition fails to take seriously what you have accomplished, you have every right to "kill" it!"--D. Mandell