VisiKey has announced that its large-print keyboards are now Macintosh compatible. The $39.95 keyboard has been developed for sight-impaired computer users and those who are not touch typists.
While VisiKey keyboards use a conventional QWERTY key layout, the lettering on the keyboard is 430 percent larger than a standard keyboard. What’s more, the keyboard is black with white lettering — a higher-contrast design that makes it easier to see the letters, numbers and symbols on each key.
The USB VisiKey keyboard is now Macintosh-compatible and programmable. It includes 15 media keys that can be used to launch files and applications. They’ve also redesigned the layout by standardizing the size of the Enter key and increasing the size of the Backspace key. What’s more, the plastic used in the keyboard has been upgraded with a “heftier” feel.