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Ergoguys CD-1038

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Ergoguys CD-1038. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Views about the reliability and durability are overall positive. The usability and size also get good feedback, whereas there are some mixed reviews about the price. Many are less positive about the design.

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On average, users rate this product 88/100.

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Consumer review by: Anonymous (newegg.com)

Good for the vision impaired

 

This keyboard was bought for my wife because she is visually impaired. It serves her well and has lots of features although to use these features you have to have normal vision. Seems to work fine for her though and the price was ok.

Large easy to read keys.

A little hard to work for those with normal vision. Not very well built. Seems cheap.

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: Jason T. (newegg.com)

Ergoguys CD-1038

 

bought these for both of my parents computers because of their poor vision and they love them. Bought them to replace the similar key boards from Keys-U-See which lasted little more than a year. We'll see how long these last.

Large easily seen letters/numbers in black on yellow background that make it easy for people with poor vision to see. For a keyboard pretty solid construction, not one of those light weight flimsy things.

not free?

Nov, 2014

Consumer review by: Stephen Z. (newegg.com)

Easy to see letters

 

Overall, I like the board, but if the cons were taken care of, I would really like the board. For the price it is okay.

It is easy to see the characters on the board. My son likes it for gaming. It is relatively small, without making your hands feel cramped while typing.

The space bar on mine seems to have a long stroke to make it work. Kind of annoying when I'm typing. The bumps on the homing keys can be kind of hard to feel.

Aug, 2013

Consumer review by: LikelyToBreak (newegg.com)

Easy to see letters

 

Overall, I like the board, but if the cons were taken care of, I would really like the board. For the price it is okay.

It is easy to see the characters on the board. My son likes it for gaming. It is relatively small, without making your hands feel cramped while typing

The space bar on mine seems to have a long stroke to make it work. Kind of annoying when I'm typing. The bumps on the homing keys can be kind of hard to feel

Aug, 2013

Consumer review by: thomas w. (newegg.com)

Ergoguys CD-1038

 

I've been using this keyboard about a month and a half and am tickled to death with it. I have glaucoma and reduced contrast sensitivity. The bright yellow keys with large print have dramatically improved my computer sessions. I'm a "visual" typist, so...

Very high visibility in all light conditions.

Suggest enlarging the symbols for the hot keys. Could also use a hot key for Windows calculator function.

Jul, 2012

Consumer review by: MikeinMelb (newegg.com)

I can see again.

 

It comes with age. Like it or not. I was having to much trouble reading the keyboard. I'm not a typist. I'm an IT engineer. I have to see the keyboard. This keyboard is a little hard adjusting to. Not sure why. Maybe it's the overall size. It's smaller...

it's a littler smaller than what I'm used to and the distance between the hm,ins,del key section and the arrows is very small. I'm used to using the space between to feel where I'm at if not looking at the keyboard. No, I'm not blind, just 63 yoa

Jun, 2012

Consumer review by: Michael W. (newegg.com)

I can see again.

 

It comes with age. Like it or not. I was having to much trouble reading the keyboard. I'm not a typist. I'm an IT engineer. I have to see the keyboard. This keyboard is a little hard adjusting to. Not sure why. Maybe it's the overall size. It's smaller...

it's a littler smaller than what I'm used to and the distance between the hm,ins,del key section and the arrows is very small. I'm used to using the space between to feel where I'm at if not looking at the keyboard. No, I'm not blind, just 63 yoa.

Jun, 2012

Consumer review by: Michael H. (newegg.com)

good product

 

easy to see, the colors help , I got this for my parents with macular degeneration in their eyes ..... good feel to keys...... good price.

takes a little getting used to , especially if your a fast typer.

Jul, 2011