SOURCE: Torbay Holdings Inc

November 23, 2005 10:58 ET

Torbay Holdings, Inc.: GSA Extend Invitations to Present AirO(2)bic Mouse Products at GSA Events

MINEOLA, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 23, 2005 -- Torbay Holdings, Inc. (OTC BB: TRBY) announced today that the GSA had extended invitations to Designer Appliances, Inc. to participate in two presentation events.

The First is a Vendor presentation day on December 8, 2005 during a Section 508 Coordinators Training Conference in Gettysburg, PA. Vendors will be given the opportunity to present their products to explain and validate their compliance to conference attendees. Section 508 coordinators, of which there are over 150 listed on the GSA Website, are locate in all Government Agencies as a part of a program to help Government Procurement Officers meet compliance requirements.

The second event is an Assistive Technology Showcase taking place on December 15, 2005 at the GSA Central Office in Washington, DC. Designer Appliances, Inc. will be the sole presenter throughout the day that will feature the Virtually Hands Free mousing system, which is Assistive Technology for persons with disability. This includes persons with Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other hand impairments.

Tom Large, President & CEO, stated, "We are delighted to receive and accept these invitations as they provide us with important opportunities to present our products wearing both their Section 508 Accessible Technology and their Section 504 Assistive Technology Accommodation hats. We also believe it recognizes the fact that we are all trying to make Section 508 the valuable standard that it should be."

Designer Appliances, Inc. is leading the way in the development of Anti.Fatigue™ tools and technologies to manage the impact that fatigue is now understood to have upon computer users. Anti.Fatigue™ design conforms to Universal Design criteria so produces products that are more "Accessible and Assistive" to all, including persons with dexterity impairment or disability. We are all capable of fatigue.

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