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DURAGADGET Colourful "Kid's Proof" Childrens, Special Needs Or Sight Impared PC Keyboard PS2/USB - Great For Teaching / Learning

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  • Large (double size), clear and bright keys enable easy identification and use of the keyboard by children or anyone with special needs / impared sight
  • All keys are colour coded to aid recognition not just of each key but of vowels, consonants, numbers and function keys with traditional UK layout (no Function keys)
  • Hygenic, splash & food resistant with antibactrial finish helps reduce bacterial growth
  • Can be connected via USB or PS2 connectors to any PC, Laptop or MAC (PS2 adaptor not supplied)
  • 2 year warranty

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  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Description

Introducing DURAGADGET's new children's keyboard - the fun and educational way to introduce your children to the world of computers! Kids of an ever younger age are learning how to use computers but are sometimes hindered by the standard keyboards, aimed at adults. DURAGADGET's innovative kids keyboard gives them a fun and colourful way to interact and play with their pc/laptop.

The colour coding of the keys allows children to identify the various groups of keys within the keyboard, aiding learning and progression. Additionally, the keyboard is damage and spill resistant, made from a tough polymer, meaning that the keyboard will last longer than a standard one in the hands of young people.

Make learning fun for your child with this excellent educational product.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Bought for 7 year old with CP Feb. 4 2013
By C. Golden - Published on
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My 7 year old granddaughter has Cerebral Palsey and has been using regular keyboards, but was having difficulty striking a key just once. She has only used this keyboard 2 days. She has been able to strike several keys in a row just once. These keys seem to have the right amount of resistance for her, and the larger size makes it easier for her to get the key that she wants. She still wants to just press the keys a lot of the time, but I am sure that everything that she does is helping her develop fine motor skills.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Like it! May 13 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I like it, my 3 yr old granddaughter likes it. Is great for her little fingers, buttons are big enough for me to see when she asks for help and I'm not wearing my reading glasses. I recommend this keyboard for both reasons.
Great teaching tool - HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! July 24 2015
By LegoMom - Published on
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This is the best keyboard for teaching upper and lower case letters. The color coding is great for the visual learner. My son has autism and is very visual. Using a typical keyboard he struggled with all the letters in caps - so when teaching him to type it was extremely hard to help with upper and lower case letters. Now he has learned that the colored keys and the need to hold the shift to get an upper case letter works. He is now typing sentences from cards. A huge step for him and he is non-verbal so the visual support is great. Highly recommend this product for anyone needing visual support.
not happy April 3 2013
By Brandon Cord Bradshaw - Published on
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This thing works, but barely. The keys and their images are not accurate, all disarranged. I never found some functions.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Keyboard annotations Dec 3 2011
By Ruffus - Published on
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What was marked on the keyboard was wrong when typed out. Had to use our own markers to say where 2 items-- @ and " were. Some of the keys seem to be for a foreign language also.

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