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.

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A black keyboard with sunken keys. The keyboard is made from black silicone and having each key sunken means that it gives the advantage of a keyguard but without the need for two separate components. The character on each key is white, but the keyboard has a green backlight. The keys are sunken by around 6 milli metres. End of description.

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silicone keyguard alternative

Alinea Suite UK

A square image, described from the top, moving down: Centred text: alinea Suite Beneath that: Centred image: The Eire / Republic of Ireland flag. Beneath that: Centred image: The Alinea Smart text tools logo which start with Alinea written in lower case blue text, but with the first letter a in a dark yellow. To the right of the word Alinea are the outlines of three rounded edge squares which are speech bubbles. First is yellow, a larger red outline of a square beneath the yellow one, but further right. Moving back to the left and lower down is a smaller blue rounded square. Beneath that is the blue lower case text: smart text tools. Beneath that are the logo images for Windows, Apple, ChromeBook, and Android, all in blue. To the right of those is the yellow text "by Sensotec" End of description.

Alinea Suite Ireland

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