Tyler Schrenk likes to engage in all of the typical activities of a modern digital citizen. He checks his email, follows his favorite sports teams, reads the newspaper and looks at the weather.
Accomplishing these tasks online became difficult, if not impossible, following a life-changing injury Schrenk, 29, experienced two years ago.
Today, he uses the Surface Pro with speech recognition software and an Xbox One to help him connect.
Read Schrenk’s story.
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By Aimee Riordan
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