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Totally Geeky or Geek Chic? Ginormous Print Keyboard

If you are like me and have gotten to the point where you don't even look at your keyboard, you would most likely find this gadget completely useless. But for those with visual impairments, this large print keyboard comes with 'keys U see' so you'll never have to second guess a key again. Showcased on popgadget, you can snag one of these masterpieces for $50 in your choice of three different colors- including black with yellow lettering, ivory with black lettering and black with white lettering for better recognition. And check out the giant keyed phone in the background- I'm sensing a pattern!

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histerius histerius 9 years
Nice idea, terrible execution
sonia-tex sonia-tex 9 years
My G-ma would love it!
sgdish sgdish 9 years
Great for older people, or those who can't type but have poor vision!
ispyemo ispyemo 9 years
i can understand how this would be pretty cool if you were blind. ha with the colors and print you probably could even still see it. ha. i think its perfect for older people or people who just need a bigger font size. so its not totally geeky or geeky chic.
nitronat nitronat 9 years
geek chic for people who use it to see better in low light or what not... geeky, but helpful for people who are still learning to type and need to look down at the keyboard (in which case they probably got it from a geeky friend who thinks and/or realizes they need help)
cammei cammei 9 years
I like it and think its chic, but functional too. The older I get... also easier to see in low light.
KittyToy KittyToy 9 years
looks odd, but if they need it , then what the hell!
covergirl-smile covergirl-smile 9 years
Definitely don't like the huge yellow keys, but I would get one in all black... Cute!
discocactus discocactus 10 years
This seems more about function than form. Definately helpful for those who need it though. Could totally see my grandma using it.
krystalmak krystalmak 10 years
for the elderly :)
liladdieshudiva liladdieshudiva 10 years
If you are grown and sexy, as myself, you would appreciate something like this.
buffyrulez buffyrulez 10 years
looks funny, but i wouldn't like to have this one. to orange.
meganekko meganekko 10 years
geeky, i'm sure my dad is dying for one of these
jessicaaa jessicaaa 10 years
chic-no for someone a week away from the retirement home-maybe :-P
poetess poetess 10 years
Great for those with vision impairments. People with poor vision often have to adjust their browser and other control panels in order to have larger font sizes.
Midnightkiss4u09 Midnightkiss4u09 10 years
Geeky. It looks like it is for a child just starting out with computers :D
imtheheppest imtheheppest 10 years
Totally geeky, but a good idea for people who don't have great eyesight.
ninjastarlett ninjastarlett 10 years
my mom would love this. it'd so useful for her.
candymess candymess 10 years
if u can't see the keyboard how can u see text on the computer screen?
vanz21 vanz21 10 years
woaaa! That's so BIG! Lol. Great for people with vision problems, but not so chic for people who don't have vision problems...
xM_dawgx xM_dawgx 10 years
I don't see this as either, I guess it would be considered more geeky, but if you are a geek, you would know how to type properly without looking at the keys. At least I know (I am a geek) how to type and I would care less if they actually had the label on the key, I would prefer a keyboard cover that was just plain or had weird symbols on it, or even a different language (I know that would be difficult since a lot of languages have more letters or numbers or have the same, but just to confuse people.)
rubialala rubialala 10 years
Geeky for sure, but sometimes necessary.
ManicMauritian ManicMauritian 10 years
Lol the phone is an amplifier one, for hard of hearing people ... and since I guess, hearing loss is more frequent in the elderly, it explains why they made the buttons that big!
shini shini 10 years
good for older people new to technology and with lesser vision!
woodycakes woodycakes 10 years
wow, thats HUGE. but my mom's eyes are really blurry, so that'll help.
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