Keyboard for Specific Software

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Hand Controls

Hand Controls are a keyboard control for use with the Early Learning Programs from Marblesoft (see separate entries) for persons who use push switch controls. The controls consist of a set of two push switches that are clearly labeled "YES" and "NO," the two choices the program offers in its switch mode. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, and Apple IIGS computers. DIMENSIONS: 4.25 x 2.5 x 1.25 inches. WEIGHT: 8 ounces.

Muppet Learning Keys

Muppet Learning Keys is an expanded membrane keyboard for Apple II computers. The keyboard's 83 keys are covered with color cartoons of Jim Henson's Muppets characters illustrating the various functions of the keys. Muppet Learning Keys is not equivalent to a standard Apple II keyboard but must be used with some program that defines a meaning for each key or group of keys. The program provided with the keyboard uses color animated graphics and music to teach letters, numbers, and colors. Some ot

Paint Box Snap And Paint Box Clear Keys

Paint Box Snap is a six-key alternative keyboard for Apple IIGS computers that is designed to work with the Adaptive Firmware Card (AFC, see separate entry). Each of the six large keys is a different color. The keyboard may be used with any program that requires use of one to six keys. Paint Box Snap ($110) requires an Apple IIGS keyboard and the AFC Model G32 or G32e. Paint Box Clear Keys, a set of clear plastic snap-on covers for the Paint Box Snap keys, into which pictures may be inserted, is

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