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Crayola EZ Type Keyboard Isn’t EZ On The Eyes

Crayola EZ Type Keyboard Isn’t EZ On The Eyes

Crayola USB EZ Type Keyboard (Image courtesy Crayola)
By Andrew Liszewski

This Crayola EZ Type keyboard is a great solution for those of you who have kids at home who like to play on the computer, but would prefer that they kept their sticky fingers off your clean keyboard. The blindingly colored keys are big and easy to read, and while the top row of function keys have been completely removed, the escape key still exists and is considerably larger and easier to find. It’s available from Crayola for just $29.99 and would be great for any kid, unless you happen to be a graphic designer and don’t want your children exposed to the Comic Sans font at such a young age.

[ Crayola USB EZ Type Keyboard ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]







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  • Earthworm

    I'd actually say the escape key is harder to find. At a glance you look top left for the Esc key, not under page down. This will just mess your kids up further when its time to learn to type seeing that the keys are all re-arranged, and physical locations are in a grid and not staggered. If you want to do your kids a favor, go get them a Das keyboard, then they'll learn to type…

  • Earthworm

    I'd actually say the escape key is harder to find. At a glance you look top left for the Esc key, not under page down. This will just mess your kids up further when its time to learn to type seeing that the keys are all re-arranged, and physical locations are in a grid and not staggered. If you want to do your kids a favor, go get them a Das keyboard, then they'll learn to type…

  • Earthworm

    I'd actually say the escape key is harder to find. At a glance you look top left for the Esc key, not under page down. This will just mess your kids up further when its time to learn to type seeing that the keys are all re-arranged, and physical locations are in a grid and not staggered. If you want to do your kids a favor, go get them a Das keyboard, then they'll learn to type…