Reviews and Problems with Chester Creek VisionBoard2
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Excellent Low Vision Keyboard
Sly Fox Hug, Amazon
11 December 2013
Summary: I already had this keyboard but it got damaged during a trip and I need a replacement. For people with low vision, this board is excellent. Not only is the print large but the keys themselves are large also. I also use a zoom text keyboard but often make mistakes due to the smaller keys.
Summary: wonderful. got me through my early stroke days so I could keep writing my column. Love the hard "snap" of the keys, the built in USB hub, its sturdiness and, yes. its easy vision, honey bee color scheme.
Summary: Keys are very visible which is why I purchased however the keys are so big the finger reach is a lot farther apart it has slow reaction time and it is very noisy. It takes a while to get use to it but if you need the visual help it's very easy to see.
Summary: I bought the white keys rather than yellow. The keyboard arrived defective. The C key doesn't work at all, the F key only occasionally works, and the keys generally are insufficiently sensitive.
Summary: And that's what this product is all about. I really appreciate being able to tell the comma from the period . . . and all of the other punctuation marks. It is certainly no platform for speed typing; but for a half-blind "fumblebum" like myself . . . it is a Godsend.
Summary: This keyboard is mostly intended for the partially sighted. I bought it because of haaving clumsy fingers, and there is no doubt that, once one has got used to the different spacing and one or two different key placements, it is a help.