▲ ▼ One hand keyboard
I buy accessibility products for a family member and I'm often put off by the high cost of such products, often being much higher than that of luxury brands for such regular products.
I understand that some accessibility products may require higher development costs than regular products and so would require higher retail price; but 200% higher cost is double whammy on the disabled and those who need accessibility products.
One such product is half keyboard, required by those with one active hand, even by normal people undergoing temporary wrist treatment for conditions such as Carpal tunnel syndrome.
There is a need gap for high quality, accessible (reasonable cost) accessibility products