Common Keyboard Types(3)
For those with limited wrist, hand, or arm movement, this type of keyboard features a built-in mouse so that you wonft have to move your hand away from the keyboard when you need to use the mouse. This special keyboard is sold by one of the manufacturers provided in this guide.
This keyboard is recommended for people with RSI, or Repetitive Strain Injury. Like the ergonomic keyboard, this is also a split type of keyboard, with each finger resting on one key. Directional movement will allow the user to type in other letters.
For those with special arm/hand conditions and can only use one hand.
Who says using keyboards is limited to sighted persons? This type of keyboard allows blind individuals to make use of keyboards, with the letters accessed through raised dots, in keeping with the Braille System.