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Pros: This is a low vision keyboard with the largest keys of all that I have seen. It lacks a number keypad. But who cares because it has really large keys which the main reason to buy it.
Cons: Key click feel is bad. None-existent. Key click is very important for physical feedback that tells you that you really pressed the key enough to get it to do the job. Sometimes I have to hit the key twice. Buy it if you need really big keys. But beware that the key action feel is non-existent. IOW, you have to hit the keys harder than necessary to be sure that you get it to work. I have two other low vision keyboards and they are all that way. I'm hoping to buy one that has nice key click action like my old Keytronic and Microsoft normal vision keyboards from 20yrs ago. So I'll keep searching.
Other Thoughts: I'll probably keep this keyboard for when my vision gets worse. Unless I find something better, with better key click action. This is an expensive keyboard given the poor key click action.READ FULL REVIEW