VisionBoard big black keys and large high-contrast letters
Model: VB Black
Brand: Chester Creek Technologies, Inc.

$59.95
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VisionBoard big black keys and large high-contrast letters

I can see it!

With Chester Creek Technologies'™ VisionBoard™, you can outsmart arthritis and start seeing all you’ve been missing.

The VisionBoard™ was created for anyone who struggles with vision or dexterity issues. Its innovative design reduces eyestrain and improves finger contact and keyboarding control.

The VisionBoard™ has big 1" oversized keys for better control and contact, large, bold letters and numbers to improve readability, and high-contrast white-on-black lettering, proven to be easier on the eyes.

The VisionBoard™ also works on a MAC.

Specifications:

  • Operating System: IBM PC, Mac OS X 10.1 and newer (see below)
  • Big 1 inch keys
  • Dimensions: 1.75 x 7 x 19
  • Connector: USB includes PS/2 adapter
  • Safety: FCC CE Approved
  • 6 Year Warranty for in-home use

 

 

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Global Rating: 4.80 from 5 reviews

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Great Large Key Keyboard Dec 26, 2013 Thomas Sutton Los Angeles Ca US
If you are a hunt and peck typist who looks at the keyboard while you type and you are tired of hitting 2 keys at once on a normal computer keyboard then... more...
Works great Apr 22, 2012 smh Wa US
THe keyboard plugged right in and worked on both my XP and Windows system. Large keys are a great aide to my son who suffered a stroke. more...
Very nice! Oct 26, 2011 Mark Co
My Mom has Rheumatoid Arthritis and has a hard time with a standard keyboard. The VisionBoard Large Key keyboard has helped her a great deal. So far it seems... more...
It Works Awesome so Far Jul 25, 2011 Tim Duncan Fort Wayne IN US
My mother has severe hand tremors and hitting the correct key on a normal keyboard has become a major problem over the years. This new keyboard is... more...
it's big Dec 29, 2013 Diane Lee Hockessin DE US
Nice large keys. I got this for my 90 year-old mother who loves her computer but has mild Parkinson's. The disease limits her ability to type and she would... more...

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