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KeyRight Look & Learn keyboard aides typing skills

updated 09:40 pm EST, Wed November 5, 2008

KeyRight keyboard

KeyRight has introduced a keyboard that is designed to improve typing skills, the Look & Learn. The keys on the QWERTY keyboard have been color-coded to differentiate eight different "finger zones." Each color represents the keys that are used by a particular finger. For example, the set of red keys to the far left are colored red, which gives the user a visual reference for the proper keys for the left-hand pinky finger.

KeyRight has included interactive learning software with the package, but claims that users will still improve their skills even without the training tutor program. The Look & Learn keyboard connects via USB to Windows or Mac systems, and can be obtained from the company for $40.



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  1. Loren

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    Wow

    And I thought my KeyGuides were trippy. Yahhhh...

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