KeyRight -Look And Learn Keyboard
Giveaway & Review

About KeyRight : "KeyRight's mission is to ensure that any typist who feels held back by conventional methods or incorrect technique will beneift from using the Look & Learn Typing Solution; a patented and unique method of teaching safe and practical keyboard proficiency."



My oldest son will be staring high school this August, at this school most of his work will be done on the computer. I was searching for a way to improve on his typing skills and came across the KeyRight keyboard.

The KeyRight replaces your standard keyboard. It works just like a regular keyboard and fits any computer or laptop, but with the added benefit of having colored keys so you can match your fingers to the right keys. Just plug your new keyboard straight into the USB socket on your computer or laptop and you're ready to go. The great thing about the Keyright keyboard is that you can still learn simply by following the colors on each key, without the need to install any software.

He has been using it without the software since school and activities in the evening does not allow him to have much computer time at home. The end of next month will start summer break which will give him a lot of free time and this is when he plans on using the software that is included with the keyboard.

Once you install the software you just follow the steps in the program and you're on your way to becoming a touch typist within 6 hours.

From KeyRight Site :
Why is our typing method so easy to learn?
Color coding:
  • By using color coding on the standard QWERTY keyboard your mind will naturally make color associations, and you will quickly learn which fingers use the appropriate letter, number and symbol keys. For example, the left-hand pinky finger uses all the red keys, and the right-hand pinky uses pink keys.
  • Just plug it in and use it continuously, learning to touch type is simple with the KeyRight Look & Learn Typing Solution.
  • For more information, please visit our R&D page.
Studies show:
  • University trials showed that the Look & Learn Typing Solution is up to 192% more effective for learning to touch type than a regular keyboard.
  • Even without using the included software, the Look & Learn keyboard will naturally teach you to touch type.
  • And using the software will teach you even FASTER! 6 hours, guaranteed!



A KeyRight Keyboard !!

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  1. Shasta said...

    The keyright tutor does not use the Home Keys Technique.

    thewondermomma(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. Shasta said...

    I'm a follower.

    and this would be GREAT for my husband, his typing drives me crazy!! haha

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  3. Shasta said...

    I have your button on my blog sidebar.

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  4. Courtney said...

    I learned that it is considered that expert typing skills for copy typing and general computer users are about 60 or more words per minute.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  5. Shasta said...

    You are on my blogroll!

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  6. Courtney said...

    I'm following you on twitter and tweeted this giveaway

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  7. Shasta said...

    I commented your WW, great pic!
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  8. Courtney said...

    I follow your blog

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  9. Shasta said...

    I follow you on Twitter and I tweeted!
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  10. Courtney said...

    I'm a subscriber

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  11. MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

    does not use homekeystechnique

  12. MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

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  14. Misusedinnocence said...

    They consider expert writing to be 60 wpm or more. Who knew I was an expert typer! ;)

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  15. susan said...

    "The Look & Learn Typing Solution can be structured to fit the learning abilities of any student regardless of their age group or ability by selecting the tasks that are appropriate to their level of learning."

  16. susan said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted. http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1651657120

  17. susan said...

    I follow.

  18. Tj and Amy said...

    I learned that Voice recognition will soon be an important text input technology but will never totally replace the keyboard. This is common sense to a serious computer user. The keyboard and mouse are the most efficient devices for text editing and editing constitutes the highest use of the computer for general computer users. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  19. susan said...

    I'm a fan on Facebook.

  20. Tj and Amy said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted. 1amypugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  21. Tj and Amy said...

    I have your button. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  22. Tj and Amy said...

    I follow. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  23. Tj and Amy said...

    I subscribe. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  24. rayreadb said...

    I've never seen this kind of keyboard. Thanks

  25. Tj and Amy said...

    I"m a fan on facebook. amy bolda pugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  26. mverno said...

    University trials showed that the Look & Learn Typing Solution is up to 192% more effective for learning to touch type than a regular keyboard mverno@roadrunner.com

  27. noreen said...

    You can view their Flash Book presentation on their site

  28. noreen said...

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  29. cdziuba said...

    I learned they are based in Mountain View, California, and that KeyRight supplies the Look & Learn Typing Solution direct to its customers: government departments, companies, individuals and educators.

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  30. cdziuba said...

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  35. gahome2mom said...

    KeyRight supplies the Look & Learn Typing Solution direct to its customers such as government departments, companies, individuals and educators. My dear hubby works on the computer everyday and he could sharpen his typing technique. Also, we homeschool and all our girls need to know how to type well. I took typing in school.


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  36. gahome2mom said...

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  38. gahome2mom said...

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  41. gahome2mom said...

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  43. Ellen C. said...

    I learned that this learning type is 192% more effective. Thanks for the chance.

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  44. ktgonyea said...

    KeyRight supplies the Look & Learn Typing Solution direct to its customers such as government departments, companies, individuals and educators.

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  45. cathirushing said...

    expert writing to be 60 wpm or more

  46. mmentor said...

    sign me up

  47. beth said...

    Thank you for a great giveaway! I learned that expert typing is 60 wpm or more. Thank you!
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  48. Jason Stewart said...

    Looks great to learn on, my son would benifit from it
    Noianku(@)yahoo.com

  49. Ally in WA said...

    I learned: The keyboard and mouse are the most efficient devices for text editing and editing constitutes the highest use of the computer for general computer users. So it seems since this rechnology isn't going away it's important to use it properly.

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  50. Ally in WA said...

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  51. Ally in WA said...

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  52. tawnda said...

    this US company is based in CA... I think this may help my daughter with her typing, she's drawn to flashy & color... ;-)

  53. tawnda said...

    follower & rss subscriber

  54. Dina said...
    This comment has been removed by the author.
  55. Dina said...

    Calling on a background in psychology, the keyboard creator undertook extensive research into the use of technology, and how color aids the cognitive process.

  56. Dina said...

    Subscriber.

  57. Dina said...

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  58. Dina said...

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  59. Dina said...

    You are on my blog roll.

  60. Dina said...

    Fan on Facebook.

  61. ktgonyea said...

    Count me in please :)

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  62. Anonymous said...

    Home keys are not used in this program (the traditional method of keyboarding instruction).
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  63. Anonymous said...

    I follow.

  64. Janice Wright said...

    This company is based out of California.

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  65. Staci said...

    It uses the Direct Key Method instead of the Home Keys Technique (which I always hated in high school).
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  66. Staci said...

    I follow.
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  67. Staci said...

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  68. Staci said...

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  69. ktgonyea said...

    I really want to win please :)

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  70. Ken said...

    The KeyRight keyboard is my key to unlocking my typing potential. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

  71. JoAnn said...

    I subscribe.

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  72. ktgonyea said...

    Following :)

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  73. Naddez said...

    The Look & Learn™ Typing Tutor was then developed to complement the benefits of the color coded keyboard.

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  74. Naddez said...

    I'm a Subscriber.

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  75. Naddez said...

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  76. Naddez said...

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  77. Naddez said...

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  78. chromiumman said...

    they are based in mountain view, california

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  79. JOYVEN said...

    They consider expert writing to be 60 wpm or more

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  80. ktgonyea said...

    Based in Mountainview, California :)

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  81. Aura said...

    It doesn't use the home keys technique

  82. Aura said...

    I follow you

  83. Alexis AKA MOM said...

    KeyRight International has established, Project No Harm to raise awareness and money for World Vision’s, Women’s International Loan Fund.*

    This fund assists in breaking the poverty cycle and transforming women’s lives.

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  84. Alexis AKA MOM said...

    I have your button up :)

  85. Alexis AKA MOM said...

    I follow via email :)

  86. ktgonyea said...

    Following :)

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  87. Marianna said...

    I learned that The Look & Learn Typing Solution can be structured to fit the learning abilities of any student regardless of their age group or ability by selecting the tasks that are appropriate to their level of learning.

    My 10 year old son has been asking to learn to type and I think this would be perfect to help him!

  88. Marianna said...

    I follow.

  89. ktgonyea said...

    Following :)

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  90. Anonymous said...

    I learned they do not use the home keys technique.

    JD

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  91. ktgonyea said...

    Pick me :)

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  92. tasardina said...

    Direct key method replaces the Home key type method, interesting.
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  93. Stephenie said...

    The KeyRight Keyboard can be purchased for $39.95+$9.95 shipping.
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  94. Andrea said...

    The home key method is not used with the KeyRight.
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  95. Anonymous said...

    It seems to really be the new thing.

  96. Anonymous said...

    WOW

  97. yadgirl said...

    KeyRight is based in Mountain View, California.

  98. JeansandTs said...

    JeansandTs@hotmail.com
    There is the possibility that the Home Keys Technique is a contributor to Repetitive Strain Injury due to the awkward key strokes and the faulty mind-mapping and accumulated stress from performance anxiety.

  99. lawyergirl said...

    its a california company

  100. ky2here said...

    "The Look & Learn Typing Solution can be structured to fit the learning abilities of any student regardless of their age group or ability by selecting the tasks that are appropriate to their level of learning."

  101. Anonymous said...

    The company is based out of California-
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  102. Anonymous said...

    Calling on a background in psychology, the keyboard creator undertook extensive research into the use of technology, and how color aids the cognitive process.

    Eva
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  103. mom2gabnnat said...

    KeyRight is based in Mountain View, California

  104. carol said...

    They don't use the home keys technique!


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  105. carol said...

    I suscribe!


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  106. pixilation said...

    The keyboard and mouse are the most efficient devices for text editing and editing constitutes the highest use of the computer for general computer users.

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    thanks!

  107. pixilation said...

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  109. ktgonyea said...

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  110. Nancye said...

    I didn't know that research into the use of technology, and how color aids the cognitive process and makes you learn to type faster and more accurate.

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  111. Justine said...

    I learned that you can "cut-and-paste" to customize the content of the custom typing sessions. One thing bothers me tho, they tell you to 'throw away that old keyboard' which is not environmentally responsible, it could at least be donated :(

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  112. Angela said...

    The company is based out of Mountain View, California!
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  113. Melanie said...

    An expert typer is 60 in words per minute.I think last time I was tested was 5 years ago, and I was at a 48. I hope its gotten better.



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  114. Jammie said...

    Touch typing is required for sustained fast accurate alpha-numeric text production whereas the average computer keyboard user typically does short bursts of discontinuous text entry in between thinking, editing and other computer tasks.

  115. z. Smith said...

    I learned that an expert typist types about 60 words per minute.

  116. z. Smith said...

    I subscribe.

  117. z. Smith said...

    I follow your blog.

  118. camper223 said...

    KeyRight's mission is to ensure that any typist who feels held back by conventional methods or incorrect technique will beneift from using the Look & Learn Typing Solution; a patented and unique method of teaching safe and practical keyboard proficiency


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  122. Molly C. said...

    what a cool prize! I learned that The keyright tutor does not use the Home Keys Technique.

  123. Anonymous said...

    Its great for two finger typist
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  124. Anonymous said...

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  125. Anonymous said...

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  126. Anonymous said...

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  127. erma said...

    I would love the chance to win, thanks.
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  128. Anonymous said...

    the look & learn typing solution is designed to minimize the risk of keyboard injuries like RSI by providing proper instruction on safe keyboard and computer use.

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  129. purango said...

    The Look and Learn Typing Solution can be structured to fit the learning ability of any student. garrettsambo@aol.com

  130. Lorie and Bill said...

    As someone who has had carpal tunnel release surgery on BOTH wrists, it was interesting to learn that the possibility that the Home Keys Technique is a contributor to Repetitive Strain Injury due to the awkward key strokes and the faulty mind-mapping. Plus, my husband is a "hunt & peck" typest, so I think this would be a terrific keyboard for him to learn how to type correctly.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  131. Lorie and Bill said...

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  133. kathy pease said...

    “QWERTY” comes from the first six keys of the top letter row. The color coded keyboard simply subdivides the QWERTY layout into manageable color per finger zones so you know the appropriate finger for all the letter, number and symbol keys

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  137. Samantha Aluse said...

    Wow - I learned that expert typing is 60wpm or more! I'm an expert:) My 7 year old is just learning to type and this would be an excellent tool to have over the coming months.

  138. Samantha Aluse said...

    Whoops - forgot my email!

    Samantha Aluse, 137 May 20, 2009 1:56 PM

    Wow - I learned that expert typing is 60wpm or more! I'm an expert:) My 7 year old is just learning to type and this would be an excellent tool to have over the coming months.

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  139. ktgonyea said...

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  140. Anonymous said...

    The keyright tutor does not use the Home Keys Technique. Thanks for the opportunity to win!



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  141. ktgonyea said...

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  142. Noggy said...

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  146. wendy said...

    they are based in california is a fact that I learned.

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  147. lezanac said...

    I learned that it can be used to Improve your typing speed and accuracy lezanac@yahoo.com

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  149. Ardy22 said...

    I learned that KeyRight’s Look & Learn™ Typing Solution is a patented

  150. Gianna said...

    It uses the Direct Key Method instead of the Home Keys Technique :)

  151. Schlauberger said...

    The company is out of Mountain View, California

  152. lilyk said...

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    I learned they are based in Mountain View, California, and that KeyRight supplies the Look & Learn Typing Solution direct to its customers: government departments, companies, individuals and educators. :)masonsgranny59@yahoo.com

  156. Donna said...

    The keyright tutor does not use the Home Keys Technique

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  161. Peggy said...

    I would love this because I am an horrible typer and it would help me . I found that Also, there is the possibility that the Home Keys Technique is a contributor to Repetitive Strain Injury due to the awkward key strokes and the faulty mind-mapping and accumulated stress from performance anxiety.
    I did't know that!!
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  168. Anonymous said...

    Home Keys are not used
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