Accessibility on the new MK3 series

ChipMcCain
ChipMcCain Member Posts: 6 Newcomer

Hello, I am a blind user. Are we still going to have the same degree of accessibility on the new keyboards? I listen to the video and it said something about a new keypad. Are all of the buttons still raised and does the new series still support the accessibility mode.

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  • JesterMgee
    JesterMgee Member Posts: 2,482 Expert
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    There is no new “keypad from what I can see, just a slight redesign of the buttons.

    All the buttons are still raised and the encoders are touch sensitive still however and I would thing they would still have voice guide capability, but now instead of clicking through pages it scrolls the controls or you have tabbed pages. Maybe once you learn the top buttons and what pages they correspond with it would be faster to switch pages but honestly, if you have an MK2 keyboard already there would be very little to benefit from with an upgrade I would think.

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  • JesterMgee
    JesterMgee Member Posts: 2,482 Expert
    Answer ✓

    There is no new “keypad from what I can see, just a slight redesign of the buttons.

    All the buttons are still raised and the encoders are touch sensitive still however and I would thing they would still have voice guide capability, but now instead of clicking through pages it scrolls the controls or you have tabbed pages. Maybe once you learn the top buttons and what pages they correspond with it would be faster to switch pages but honestly, if you have an MK2 keyboard already there would be very little to benefit from with an upgrade I would think.

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