Sometimes bigger is better

So yesterday I showed you a really small keyboard, the Happy Hacking Lite 2. So I figured I'd show you the other side of the coin, here's a keyboard with oversized keys and letters. This is the Vision Board II, a keyboard aimed at those who's vision isn't quite what it once was. It's good to know that in a time where the focus on technology is to make things smaller, some companies are realizing that for some people, bigger is better.

Granted, the Vision Board II might look a little cheezy with oversized black letters on the yellow keys, but if you prefer, you can get it with white keys. Another great feature is that they made the F-keys oval so as to distinguish them from the other keys. The only potential downside is the lack of a number pad. I can understand the exclusion of these, as it would make the keyboard quite large. This oversized device will set you back $89.95.

A Keyboard With Massive Keys to Reduce Eyestrain [via PCLaunches]