Computer input devices including keyboards and mice
This section includes computer peripherals which can be used to input data or actions to a computer. These peripherals have features which may aid an individual to use the computer, perhaps if they have low vision or difficulty with fine motor movements. Keyboards with large keys or large print high contrast keys are included as are stickers and gloves for placing over existing keyboards. Braille keyboards with Braille keys replacing the traditional QWERTY keyboard are also included. Mice and trackballs with visual or tactile feedback, or large buttons are listed, as are touch screens and alternative input devices. DLF Data only lists certain types of software, for further details of software contact/visit the website of Ability Net www.abilitynet.org.uk, the RNIB www.rnib.org.uk (for software such as screen readers which may assist with vision) or the Oats Project www.oatsoft.org (for free open source software).