BAT One-Handed Keyboards are products designed for people with the use of one hand, physical disabilities, or visual impairments, to allow them to type efficiently without the use of the traditional QWERTY keyboard. It functions using all 27 letters of the alphabet using only 7 keys or a combination of those 7 keys. The BAT Keyboard is a typing solution proven to increase productivity when used with graphic or desktop publishing software. It has applicability in any computing environment, especi
The Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 is a compact ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or repetetive strain injury. This keyboard is intended to allow the user to work on a computer with the hands in a more natural position. The keyboard's curved layout helps the hands and wrists rest more naturally. The keys are notebook-like with an ultra-thin profile. Internet and multimedia hot keys allow access to the Internet or multimedia at the touch of a button. The
Toetsenbordhulp is a project designed for use by individuals who have limited upper extremity movement and coordination as a result of cerebral palsy, neurological or spinal cord injury to assist with typing.
The Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard and Goldtouch for Mac Adjustable Keyboard are split expanded keyboards designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. Each section can be adjusted from 0 to 30 degrees both vertically and horizontally. The small size
The Half Keyboard is a compact one-handed keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation, hand injury, or who have had a stroke. This keyboard allows the user to touch type with one hand, using existing typing skills. The user places a hand on the keyboard, in the standard position. The letters under the hand are exactly the same as on a standard keyboard. To get the other half of the keyboard, the user holds down the space bar. To type a space, the user taps the space
it Types is a compact keyboard and a one-handed keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with the use of only one hand or who have limited reach or muscle control. This device can be operated with one or two hands. It has only 10 keys, and it types letters, numbers and symbols. The it Types also supports the "Control" and "Alt" keys to allow for operation of a computer’s functionality. Each key acts as a "shift" key to create nine other options once one key is pressed and a tenth op
The Keyboard is a communication device accessory designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities. This portable keyboard is sized for use with ComLink communicators (not included; see separate entries). For typists, the keyboard can be used to enter text which is then converted to speech output by the communicator. In addition the keyboard is also useful when programming that device. The keyboard plugs into one of the communicator's USB ports.
The Low Profile Keyboard is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited upper extremity range of motion. This compact 101-style keyboard is similar in size and feel to the keyboard of a laptop computer. The rows and columns of the keyboard are compressed and the wide borders are eliminated. The numeric keypad and function keys are embedded in the keyboard to cut down on size and key travel. This lightweight keyboard has folding feet to provide elevation. COMPATIBILITY: For us
The Maltron One-Handed Keyboard made for right-handed and left-handed persons is designed for people with one hand to allow them to type with one hand. It is a full keyboard complete with all 27 letters of the alphabet, numbers 0-9, and special keys and characters. Its ergonomic design lets users type easier with their hand in a more natural position, contoured to the typist's hand placement. The Maltron One-Handed Keyboards provide high speed access for those who have the use of only one hand.
The Maxim Keyboard is a split compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. The sections can be adjusted laterally at 0, 8, or 14 degrees to minimize forearm tension. The keyboard also includes built-in removable palm supports. The c
The Microsoft Arc Wireless Keyboard for PC and Xbox 360 is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. Useful for individuals with limited range of motion, this lightweight, small-sized keyboard has an ergonomic curved design, a stowable Nano Transceiver for wireless connectivity, and four programmable buttons. A storage and carrying case is also included. COMPATIBILITY: For use on persomal computers and X-Box 360 gaming systems. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Mic
The Notebook Style Keyboard, model G84-4100, is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It is a notebook size computer keyboard suitable for individuals with limited movement. OPTIONS: Versions with 83 keys or 86 keys (101-key or 104-key functionality), and AT, USB, or PS/2 interface. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 0.92 x 11.08 x 5.17 inches. COLOR: Black, beige, or gray.
The USB Mini Keyboard, model 24600, is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited dexterity or reach. This small-sized alternative keyboard plugs directly into the computer's USB port. The unit has closely-spaced keys in a standard English QWERTY keyboard arrangement. The membrane surface is very sensitive. This keyboard allows the user to control both keyboard and mouse functions. All mouse directions, right and left click, double click, and drag functions are performed by