Inclusive authentication for visually impaired people
Digipass 750 Comfort Voice enables visually impaired or blind people to log on and transact online with the same security as any other Digipass device. All data is encrypted and sent over a secure channel to eliminate risks such as man-in-the-middle attacks or man-in-the-browser attacks.
Excellent user experience
Digipass 750 Comfort Voice can be used in both connected and unconnected mode. When connected to a computer, all transaction details will be automatically displayed on the display of the device, accompanied with speech feedback for verification before signing. Users don’t have to retype passwords in the online application to log on or sign a transaction.
Designed for accessibility
Digipass 750 Comfort Voice is an intuitive device based on profound research. In addition to offering a large backlit display to enable large fonts, the device comes with a set of headphones and an internal speaker for voice guidance when browsing through the menus or performing actions.
To eliminate the risk of aural eavesdropping, the voice output is suppressed during the process of PIN code entry. Furthermore, the device features a large keypad with a sound playback when keys are tapped and is equipped with dedicated function buttons to turn the volume up or down and repeat or pause the voice output.
Compact 96 x 62 x 11 mm
118 g including batteries
Max. 5 languages with voice recordings
|Voice playback and audio response||
Internal speaker or included headphones
3 replaceable AAA-batteries*
Complies with RoSH and WEEE Directives
* Device must not be used with USB rechargeable batteries.