Edition 73, April 2022

Several individuals with (and without) disabilities often type using one hand. While you can do this on a standard QWERTY keyboard, typing with one hand on the TiPY Keyboard is a lot more efficient. 

TiPY’s new key concept focuses on the most frequently used keys.  Further, it “makes typing and learning the TiPY key arrangement faster and easier.” 

“With the new key concept of the one-hand keyboard and integrated mouse function, you can edit all programs and tables, use keyboard shortcuts, type letters, texts and use all the advantages of your computer and a complete word processor in 12 languages…” 

A one-handed keyboard that works for individuals who are left or right-handed, fully equipped with 12 languages, and has an integrated mouse, built-in numeric keyboard. The battery is connected via Bluetooth and also be directly connected to your computer


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Type with one hand using the TiPY Keyboard

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