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Blue Orb, Inc. (formerly Keybowl Inc.)

1011 Maitland Center Commons # 2
Maitland, Florida 32751
United States
Telephone: 888.385.1936 or 407.385.7345.
Fax: 888.385.1936.
Web: http://www.keybowl.com.
Email: info@blueorb.com.

Products manufactured by Blue Orb, Inc. (formerly Keybowl Inc.) (listed alphabetically)

  1. ORBITOUCH KEYLESS KEYBOARD Picture of ORBITOUCH KEYLESS KEYBOARD

    The orbiTouch Keyless Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard replacement designed for use by individuals with physical disabilities and/or cognitive or learning disabilities. It is a fully functional 128-character keyboard with built-in mouse. The orbiTouch requires no finger or wrist motion to type characters or perform mouse functions. All keyboard and mouse actions are accomplished by moving two ergonomically sculpted domes laterally for typing. Each dome "slides" laterally into one of eight positions from a central resting point. The user creates a keystroke by sliding the two domes into one of their eight respective positions. The domes can be adjusted to meet the typist's individual needs. COMPATIBILITY: The orbiTouch is plug and play compatible with the IBM PS2 keyboard/mouse port and standard USB ports. The current model works with all IBM PC compatible computers.

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