Contributed by e-Access staff member:
This is the second of the two-part series on my quest for a decent keyboard.
In the first blog of this two part series, I highlighted how some keyboard features were being omitted resulting in some otherwise very decent keyboards being completely inaccessible to blind and visually impaired users.
In this second and last blog, I will discuss some new and promising trends, not in the layout or looks of a keyboard, but in their basic build and particularly in the key-switches that are being used in some of the best, if somewhat pricy keyboards available today.
I will conclude by highlighting the keyboard I ultimately ended up purchasing and that I liked so much that I immediately bought another one for the family PC.