A computer will not be as useful if it were not for peripherals like the mouse and the keyboard. For the latter, the design and the general layout has been pretty much the same since the time when computers first came out. They are designed for people who use to type with two hands. But what about those people with disabilities or find it hard to use a physical keyboard? There are specially designed input devices that are designed for people who consider it a challenge using a typical QWERTY keyboard. There’s the unique OrbiTouch Keyless Keyboard for example that offers a different input option.
The OrbiTouch Keyless Keyboard is a unique and different input device that can be an alternative for the standard computer keyboard. This keyless keyboard features two dome-shaped controllers side by side that acts as both the input device as well as the mouse. The controller is used by sliding according to the colors that circle the perimeter of the dome. The letters and numbers have their corresponding color code for each of the 128 keys of the typical keyboard as well as the mouse functions.
The OrbiTouch Keyless Keyboard is designed for people with finger or wrist injury to still be able to become productive with their computer. It is also designed as an alternative keyboard for people with disabilities who experience difficulty when using a standard keyboard. The OrbiTouch Keyless Keyboard is available at Amazon for around $380.
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