The Department of Employment Education and Training has just completed a trial of two Victorian primary schools using Divisible By Zero's range of LittleFingers keyboard and ittyBitty mice. The LittleFingers keyboard is the first keyboard designed specifically for small hands - its keys are sized and spaced to help younger children learn to touch type easily and safely. The keyboard also includes lowercase letters on the keycaps, an integrated trackball and lockable scroll buttons. Although the keyboard is aimed at the educational market, Divisible By Zero believes the product will also prove popular in homes. While the results of its study have not yet been released, the distributor is confident of positive results. The keyboard is manufactured by DataDesk Technologies and the Deluxe keyboard retails for $189.
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