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Oversized Bluetooth Keyboard

Model: KB3
  • Color-coded function keys for vowels, consonants, functions, numbers and punctuations
  • Oversized for enhanced accessibility - 90% larger than standard KB1 keyboard
  • Choice of wired or 2.4Ghz connectivity - just plug and play
  • Warranty for school use - unlike items purchased at consumer electronics stores whose warranties would be voided if used in schools
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Help build early confidence and create opportunities for keyboarding success with these oversized keyboards. The enlarged and simplified designs include only the most commonly used punctuation & special characters on standard sized keyboards. This makes the wired KB2 or wireless KB3 ideal solutions for early learners, beginning keyboarders and students with special needs who are engaged in basic activities.

The extra large keys help familiarize typists with the QWERTY-style layout. Both models have color-coded keys to familiarize students with vowels (pink), consonants (green), functions (blue), punctuations (orange) and numbers (red).

The plug and play convenience of the KB2 disables a tablet’s on-screen virtual keyboard, enabling students to see the entire display, meeting a key PARCC and Smarter Balanced requirement. It’s also aligned to NCSC, EPPA21 and DLM standards. Once the Bluetooth KB3 is synced to the device, it too disables the on-screen virtual keyboard, enabling students to see the entire display, meeting a key PARCC and Smarter Balanced requirement and is also aligned to NCSC, EPPA21 and DLM standards.

  • Color-coded function keys for vowels, consonants, functions, numbers and punctuations
  • Oversized for enhanced accessibility - 90% larger than standard KB1 keyboard
  • Choice of wired or 2.4Ghz connectivity - just plug and play
  • Warranty for school use - unlike items purchased at consumer electronics stores whose warranties would be voided if used in schools