Someone on another MS website said they are not available in the US Yet, I'm not sure if this is true or not. I'm in Canada.
The RebiSmart is an electronic injection device.
It's very accurate and easy to use.
It's about 5" tall, 3" wide, and 1 1/2" deep.
It has a screen like a cel phone and a few buttons.
You don't even see the needles, they come packaged in plastic containers that you place in the machine.
The unit holds 1 weeks worth of Rebif (3 shots @ 44mcg)
The unit prompts you along and won't proceed if something is not right.
It has skin sensors, and when it's placed against the skin properly it the big green button lights up.
You simply push the button and it does the rest.
The unit is fully adjustable to suit the individual user, ie; needle speed, needle depth, injection speed, etc.
It keeps a record of your shots. (date and time, but not location)
If you screw up, say drop the unit half way through your shot, it will stop injecting, tell you you didn't get the full dose, and ask if you want to continue. Push yes and it will inject the rest of the dose.
I know I saw a picture of it on a Rebif website.
I hope this answers your questions, feel free to ask if you need more info.