Common Keyboard Types(2)
Aside from the keys, this keyboard enables you to use the mouse cursor without moving your hand from the keyboard.
The following types of keyboards are made for people with special needs.
A keyboard with big keys allows people with impaired vision to access the keyboard more efficiently. The letters and the keys are larger and are brightly colored for easier access.
If you donft like those loud typing noises to come from you keyboard, there are quiet keyboards being sold to eliminate noise. They are usually made of soft keys or plastic, and are usually very flexible, so you can fold them and use them during travel.
The layout of this keyboard bears no difference to the usual keyboard. It is just brightly colored, which appeals more to children.