Keyboards and Mice

Various devices provide alternate means of input for users who have trouble with standard keyboards and mice.

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List of Keyboards

The ATC offers a wide range of keyboards and keyboard substitutes to assist persons with mobility restrictions and other disabilities.

BigKeysLX keyboard

Comfort Keyboard

Kinesis Maxim keyboard

Kinesis Advantage Pro keyboard

Goldtouch keyboard

Goldtouch 10-Key keyboard

  • Silicon Spill-Proof Keyboard (Many Vendors): Flexible keyboard designed for portability and resistance to liquid damage.

Silicone spill-proof keyboard

EZ Reach keyboard

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Zoomtext keyboard

Adesso keyboard

Solidtek keyboard

Microsoft Natural 4000 Ergonomic keyboard

  • Dvorak Keyboard, Right or Left-Handed (NA): The ATC makes its own Dvorak keyboards, using a keyboard label kit and system software modifications to a used standard keyboard.

A right-handed DVORAK keyboard

Keyboard Accessories

Various products ease the use of keyboards for persons with disabilities, increasing contrast and reducing key selection error.

  • KeySpots (KeySpots): Color-coded laptop keyboard labels for low-vision users and others who benefit by dividing the keyboard into color groups.

KeySpots keyboard labls

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List of Mice/Mouse Alternatives

The following devices give disabled users alternatives to conventional mouse use, or expand mouse functionality.

Kensington Expert Mouse trackball mouse alternative

Cirque Smart Cat Touchpad mouse alternative

Switch-Adapted Mouse Trackball by RJ Cooper

Joystick Plus mouse alternative by Traxsys

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Roller Mouse Free 2 mouse alternative

Countour Roller Mouse Pro 2 mouse alternative

Keyboard Shortcuts

Shortcuts can ease keyboard use for people with various disabilities.

Last modified: September 11, 2014