Lime Assistive Technology Ltd

From the top of the image. Two rows of five green rounded squares, each shaded from dark green on the left, to a paler green to the right of each rounded square. They are followed by a row of one slightly rectangular shape with the same shading and colours, a long rectangular shape then the same slightly rectangular block again so to form an impression of a keyboard. Beneath that in a large font and in capital letters is the word lime. On the next line (bottom of image) is the word technology and ltd, the abbreviation of limited. This row has smaller text. End of description.

Read about the Springboard PC-1 keyboard at the Loughborough University Alumni website!

We are a mother and daughter team who decided that there had to be something better than metal / plastic keyguards.

The design of keyguards has never significantly changed, and have been one of the few options for people who have coordination difficulties, but are not able to use voice recognition / dictation software.

Removing a keyguard reveals dead skin and broken nails that could be harbouring a whole range of bacteria. Sudden involuntary movements can cause injuries to the finger tips and nails, so ten years after looking at this, our Springboard PC-1 USB keyboard for Windows is here!

We are confident that you, or your organisation will like our new keyboard!

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