6 Best Keyboards For The Visually Impaired | March 2017

We spent 24 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. If you or a loved one suffers from impaired vision, you will know that one of today's greatest frustrations is trying to use a standard computer keyboard that's hard to read. These options have been specially designed to provide clear and large font sizes and high contrasting colors to enable those with all but the severest eyesight limitations to enjoy Web surfing, word processing and more. Skip to the best keyboards for the visually impaired on Amazon.
6 Best Keyboards For The Visually Impaired | March 2017

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This AbleNet Large Print doesn't rely on the decidedly garish yellow color used by many keyboards designed for those with limited eyesight, instead it uses large letters and numbers in a clear black font on a basic white background. It's easy to see but unassuming.
The large print Keys U See from Magnifying Aids features a full Qwerty keyboard and a separate numeral pad with crisp black letters and numbers all rendered on a bright yellow background. It may be hard for those with normal vision to look at, but it's easy to see.
This LogicKeyboard Large Print is an all-around great choice for older typists. Its keys are easy to see thanks to their large font and black-and-white contrast, and the soft-touch feel of each keystroke won't tire out fingers made sensitive by arthritis or other issues.
The DC Large Print is equally as valuable for adults with limited vision caused by age, illness, or injury as it is for youngsters just learning how to type. The responsive keys are easy to see and make word processing efficient and accurate.
  • compatible with older software
  • crisp and clear font
  • built-in volume controls
Brand DC
Model pending
Weight 1.5 pounds
The Chester Creek BigBlu VisionBoard is an expensive but very well-designed and well-constructed piece of hardware. Its lettering and numbers are rendered in a font approximately 250 percent larger than that of a standard keyboard.
  • bluetooth connectivity
  • mac and pc compatible
  • three-month average battery life
Brand Chester Creek
Model BBV
Weight 2.3 pounds
The EZSee Low Vision uses thick black lettering contrasted against bright yellow keys to make it easy even for those with severely hampered vision to see what they are typing. The color contrast also helps anyone who is using their computer in low light conditions.
  • affordable price point
  • plug-and-play ready
  • well-reviewed by users
Brand EZSee
Weight 1.5 pounds
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Last updated: 03/26/2017 | Authorship Information