Category: Expanded Keyboard

King Keyboard (Model 2440)

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King Keyboard is an expanded keyboard designed with large widely spaced keys for individuals with gross motor skills and a large range of motion. The keys are slightly recessed so that the board's surface acts as a keyguard and the keys provide tactile and auditory feedback on contact. Frequency of use layout places the most frequently used letters toward the center of the keyboard, which may help expedite text entry and minimize fatique. Operating the keys requires 200 gm of pressure. When used with the Adaptive Firmware Card (see entry) on Apple computers or the PC Serial Aid or DADAEntry (see entries) on IBM computers, all keys can be redefined so that they enter desired words, characters, or phrases: up to 128 messages can be stored and retrieved. Key response time can also be varied, and SHIFT and CONTROL keys are latched. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe, Apple IIGS, IBM PS/2 and IBM PC computers. DIMENSIONS: 23.5 x 12 x 1 inches. Keys measure 1.25 inches in diameter. WEIGHT: 5 pounds.


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Controls, Recreation, Communication, Computers