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Big Keys

Keysusee_21029_400px_lgIt’s easier to learn how to use a keyboard if the keys are bigger and easier to see. That’s the idea behind the Keys U See keyboard, which was created for people with poor eyesight, but can help kids to type in schools. It takes up the same amount of desktop space (8.75- by 19.75- by 1.5-inches) as a standard keyboard but its 104 keys are huge and yellow to stand out. It costs $40.

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