Large Print Wireless Keyboard & Mouse - Yellow

$59.95

LARGE PRINT USB & WIRELESS KEYBOARDS
  For the Visually Impaired Persons

English large print USB Keyboard, typing, easy to see letters, blind, visually impaired, typist, glasses, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic, Retinopathy, Cataracts, Normal Aging, Retinitis Pigmentosa, bifocals, keyboarding, type, computer keyboard, large letters, editors, desktop publishing, word processorKeys-U-See Large Print Keyboards are perfect for anybody who has a hard time seeing the letters on their computer keyboards. They are also great for anyone who works in low light conditions or is learning to type. Our Large Print Keyboards come in a variety of colors including our specialty keyboard designed with yellow keys and black type - a scientifically proven combination that helps those with certain types of visual impairment.

The choice of effective colors used for our Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboards is not arbitrary but is guided by innate human visual and cognitive mechanisms. Certain color combinations enable better detection and improved legibility of text. Brightness contrast, along with size and viewing distance, is the prime determinant of print legibility. High brightness contrast is created by some color combinations but not by others. Black/white and black/yellow are the best custom keyboard combination because they provide the highest brightness contrast. Independent research studies have confirmed by experiments showing black/white and black/yellow produce best legibility.

Further, “Positive contrast” is the case of a light object on a dark background such as white print on a black field. In our case, we offer brilliant yellow keys contrast against a black keyboard and black lettering which has proved to be our most popular custom keyboard model for individuals with vision problems. English large print USB Keyboard, typing, easy to see letters, blind, visually impaired, typist, glasses, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic, Retinopathy, Cataracts, Normal Aging, Retinitis Pigmentosa, bifocals, keyboarding, type, computer keyboard, large letters, editors, desktop publishing, word processor

What types of visual impairment can Keys-U-See
Large Print Keyboards
help you with?

  • Macular Degeneration  
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Cataracts
  • Normal Aging
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

The Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboards also include:

  • Highly visible large print letters on keycaps,
    over 400% larger

  • One-touch Internet and email hot keys

  • One-touch media hot keys

Who Uses Keys-U-See Keyboards?

  • Individuals

  • Senior Centers

  • Schools

  • Libraries

  • Companies, organizations and government agencies

Our Keys-U-See Large Print Keyboards are used to accommodate assistive technology adaptations in the workplace.

 

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

  • Windows® compatible computer

  • USB port

  • Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, or 2000

  • Four AA batteries (two for mouse, two for keyboard)

INSTALLING THE BATTERIES

The Keys-U-See® Wireless Combo keyboard and mouse each use two AA batteries. You may use either rechargeable or alkaline batteries.

KEYBOARD

CAUTION: To avoid permanently damaging the keyboard, you must install the batteries with the negative (-) and positive (+)terminals in the correct position.

image of battery installation for wireless keyboard
  1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the keyboard by squeezing the tab towards the cover to release it.

  2. The correct orientation of the batteries is shown in the compartment. Place the flat end (negative pole) of one battery against the spring. While maintaining a slight pressure against the spring, insert the next battery as shown, and carefully push into place. Make sure both batteries are seated properly.

  3. To replace the cover, position it over the compartment and gently press down to engage the tab.

MOUSE

CAUTION: To avoid permanently damaging the mouse, you must install the batteries with the negative (-) and positive (+) terminals in the correct position.

image of battery installation for wireless mouse
  1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the mouse by pressing against the slotted side of the cover to release the tab.

  2. The correct orientation of the batteries is shown in the bottom of the compartment. Place the flat end (negative pole) of the battery against the spring and gently push the battery into place. Do the same for the other battery.

  3. To replace the cover, position it over the compartment and gently press down to engage the tab.

CONNECTING THE RECEIVER

image showing connection for the USB receiver

Connect the receiver to any USB port in your computer. Your computer will automatically detect the receiver and the receiver will recognize your keyboard and mouse.

The receiver communicates within a 10 meter (32.8 feet) radius. Therefore, the exact position of the keyboard and mouse in relation to the receiver is not critical, providing you with considerable freedom of movement.

If the keyboard or mouse does not seem to be working, you may have to manually establish the RF (radio frequency) communication with the receiver.

Establishing RF Communication MANUALLY

images of connect button locations for wireless Keys-U-See keyboard and mouse
  1. Press the CONNECT button located on the receiver.

  2. Then press the CONNECT button located on the bottom of the mouse.

  3. Press the receiver CONNECT button again.

  4. Finally, press the CONNECT button located on the bottom of the keyboard.

  5. Repeat Steps 1-4 if necessary.

Using Your Wireless Mouse

Your wireless optical mouse comes with a scroll wheel that is also a grabber button.

Moving the wheel scrolls your page up and down in the document window, much like using the scroll bar on the right side of your document window.

Clicking on the wheel changes the mouse cursor into a grabber tool, which then allows you to "grab" the document and move it in any direction within the document window. Click again to change the cursor back.

ADJUSTING THE KEYBOARD FEET

The keyboard feet are designed to accommodate various body sizes, chairs, and desks. Pull out or push in the keyboard feet to a position that minimizes bending of your wrists while typing.

WHAT THE INITIALS STAND FOR

PS = Print Screen
INS = Insert
DEL = Delete
SL = Scroll Lock
HM = Home
PD = Page Down
PB = Pause/Break
PU = Page Up
NL = Number Lock

THE KEYBOARD HOT KEYS

The Keys-U-See® Large Print Keyboard is a full sized 104-key model. In addition, it comes with 12 hot keys to enable one touch access to multimedia, internet and energy saving functions.
Play Pause icon Play/Pause: Play or Pause audio or video file in the media player.
Stop icon Stop: Stop playing the audio or video file in the media player.
Mute icon Mute: Play with no sound. Press again to resume sound.
Next icon Next: Go to the next audio track or video scene.
Previous icon Previous: Go to the previous audio track or video scene.
Volume icon Volume Down: Decrease the volume.
Volume Up: Increase the volume.
Sleep icon Sleep: Put the computer into sleep mode. Press again to awaken from sleep and return to where you were.
Favorites icon Favorites: Open My Favorites panel in an open navigation window. Press again to return to previous state.
Search icon Search: Open search window or search panel in an open navigation window. Press again to return to previous state.
Email icon E-mail: Launch default e-mail application.
Home icon Home: Launch default web browser (usually Internet Explorer).

NOTE:

In order to maximize battery life, the Wireless Keys-U-See keyboard does not have indicator lights for the lock keys (Caps Lock, Number Lock, Scroll Lock).

TROUBLESHOOTING

If the mouse or keyboard does not work upon installation:

  1. Check to see that you have connected the receiver properly.

  2. Check to see that you have installed the batteries with the negative (-) and positive (+) terminals in the correct position.

  3. Manually establish RF communication between the receiver, mouse and keyboard (see page 4).

  4. If needed, recharge the batteries or install new batteries.

If the cursor does not move properly on the screen, or the characters do not display correctly, or the mouse or keyboard becomes unresponsive:

If the battery is running low, the mouse or keyboard may not work properly or may stop working altogether. You should immediately replace the batteries with new or newly recharged batteries.

HELPFUL TIP

  • Windows® 7, Vista™, and XP offer different features for users with impaired vision. For complete description and step-by-step directions for making Windows® more viewable, please go to: http://www.microsoft.com/enable/aging/tips.aspx 

  • Keep all items away from direct sunlight, moisture, dirt, extreme heat, and abrasive chemicals (cleaning solutions).

  • If any liquid is spilled on the keyboard or mouse, switch off your computer immediately and unplug all items. Turn the keyboard upside down to drain the liquid.

    • If the liquid is water, simply let the keyboard dry before using it again.

    • If the liquid is a sticky substance, drain the liquid and then completely wipe the keyboard with a damp cloth. Allow the keyboard to dry completely before reconnecting it to the computer.

  • For optimum performance, keep your keyboard clean and free of debris, such as food crumbs or dust. Keyboards should be cleaned on a monthly basis, with “spray and wipe” cleaner applied to either a cloth or tissue. Be sure the computer is turned off before cleaning.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 25 August, 2010.

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