Built to Endure: The Strength of Braille Keyboards
Strong physical braille keyboards can offer several advantages for blind people, including:
- Tactile feedback: Strong physical Bluetooth keyboards typically offer better tactile feedback than virtual keyboards, which can be important for people who are blind or have low vision. Tactile feedback can help users more easily locate the keys and know when they have been pressed.
- Braille integration: Some strong physical Bluetooth keyboards are designed specifically for use by people who are blind or have low vision, and feature Braille keys or a Braille display. This can make it easier for users to input text and navigate their devices.
- Durability: Strong braille keyboards are typically more durable than virtual keyboards, which can be important for users who rely heavily on their keyboard. A durable keyboard can withstand heavy use and last longer, reducing the need for frequent replacement.
- Versatility: Strong braille keyboards can be used with a wide range of devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones. This can be important for blind users who may use multiple devices throughout the day.
- Mobility: Good braille keyboards are designed to be compact and lightweight, making them easy to transport. This can be important for blind users who need to take their keyboard with them when travelling or working in different locations.
These features can make it easier for blind users to input text and navigate their devices, and can help improve overall productivity and usability. At Hable our vision is to build the best braille keyboard for smartphones and tablets. We are happy to collaborate with you or your organisation to help fulfil our goal.