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April 3, 2010

Spotters — Tactile Adhesive Keyboard Dots


Some keyboards have little bumps or ridges on the F and J keys to help touch typists get oriented, but even those are barely palpable in most cases.

Now you can put those bumps on steroids.

As well as think far outside the keyboard space.

From the website:


Stick these little adhesive backed dots onto anything you want to "see by touch."

0.7 mm-high dots can be used on phones, keyboards, calculators, dishwashers, keys, toothbrushes, or any item you want to recognize by touch.


20 for $1.

April 3, 2010 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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