These are computer keyboards with Braille keys replacing the traditional QWERTY keyboard keys.1
Some of the products listed here mention 'grade 2 Braille'. This is a form of shorthand in which groups of letters may be combined into a single Braille cell (grade 1 Braille represents each print character as one Braille cell). Many experienced Braille users read and write with grade 2 Braille.1
For more information on Braille see the RNIB's information page: 'about Braille'.View references and sources of further information ›
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