FrogPad is a small chorded keyboard about the size of a numeric keypad that can be used with one hand. It can be installed on any computer as a replacement for the conventional QWERTY Keyboard. Persons with disability of the hand who are capable of using only one of their two hands or people with only two fingers can work on a computer with ease with the help of FrogPads.
A FrogPad is a chorded keypad for typing English text and enter commands. It is basically a computer input device that allows the user to enter characters or commands formed by pressing several keys together, like playing a "chord" on a piano. A large number of combinations are made available from a small number of keys which allows text or commands to be entered with one hand.
In the FrogPad, the chords are limited to 2 fingers (opposable thumb and one finger) and 85% of the average keystrokes in English text can be typed without chording. The FrogPad has many more keys than a GKOS or Microwriter or Baudot keyboard but less than a conventional computer keyboard.