EZsee by DC Large Print Black Keyboard

This keyboard is perfect for elderly people and those with impaired sight. It’s a black keyboard with large white printed letters that you simply can’t miss. If you’re having a hard time seeing the keys, this EZsee keyboard by DC will surely help you with that.

This Large Print Keyboard has been designed specifically for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts. These large print, large key keyboards are perfect for anyone who has a hard time seeing the existing commands on their keyboards. Youll benefit from more accurate keystrokes, making your time spent on the computer more efficient and enjoyable. With a bigger and bolder black typeface on vividly bright yellow keys, the keys are easier to see. Additional keys (hot keys) have been added to the keyboard to allow for easier access to commonly used commands such as searching and accessing e-mail and the Internet, plus the energy-saving keys wake and sleep for when you dont want to shut down entirely.

You can also get this same keyboard in white colored keys and the letters printed in black if you need even more contrast. Additionally one is also available with yellow keys.

These keyboards are highly endurable and really cheap, so if you’re looking to spend as little as possible and get a great keyboard you will use for years this is a great choice.

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2 Responses

  1. Marvin Horowitz says:

    The yellow/keyboard looks really great. One question- have a dell wireless keyboard/mouse. If I replace keyboard will it be compatible with existing mouse? I am assuming that I will still need my fashdrive for the mouse and a new one for the new keyboard. Is that correct?

    • admin says:

      There shouldn’t be any problems with that. Right now I’m using 2 different keyboards and 2 mice on my PC plugged in at the same time and there’s no conflicts whatsoever, so there certainly shouldn’t be any if you unplug your existing keyboard. If you use special drivers for your current one you might need to keep them if your mouse has additional functionality (ilke extra buttons or macros), but besides that any keyboard and mouse will always have basic functionality regardless if you install official drivers or not.