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Keyboard for individuals who struggle with traditional keys.
Keys and Key Layout 60 keys 1 in sq. each 4x normal key 97 functions Keys are click style switches Change keys Durable Easy to read Color keys(show web page)keys(show
User Information PC or Mac 7 x 18 in. Long non-coiled cable USB or PS/2 connection (adapter required)
Not Available Entire numeric pad Scroll lock Print screen Pause/break
Accessories Protective skin Rigid keyguard Slant board Replacement letters (lower case, upper case, different colors) BigTrack trackball Sam trackball Early learning software Left/Right separator
Why?What? Simplified keyboard Less confusing Less distractions Large keys Word processing Spreadsheets Email Early learning software Internet access Any computer program
Functions All necessary functions of a regular keyboard Function keys Assist mode (sticky keys) Run-on eliminated Plug -n- Play (no software required) Wonderful alternative for those with: Vision impairment Physical disability Cognitive disability
Suggested use for: cerebral palsy motor neurone disease multiple sclerosis Parkinson’s disease upper limb disorder autism down’s syndrome learning disorders severe learning difficulty arthritis stroke impairment of motor skills poor sight or partial sight rheumatism any acquired neurological impairment.
Conclusion Overall BigKeys is an excellent alternative keyboard for individuals with a range of different disabilities. It should be recommended for use in schools, homes, work or anywhere a computer is being used.