We’re generally ambivalent about silicone keyboard covers, but iSkin’s ProTouch line ($25+) has some interesting entries. Of course there are plain, see-through options, but there are also covers that are specifically useful for different tasks and users. Here are three of those options.
Assist Kids is a bright, colorful cover, and it helps children learn how to use a keyboard, their vowels, and which letters correspond to which finger. Visual Assist overlays each key with yellow, and the letter, number, or function in large, black type. It’s useful for those with vision impairments. Lastly, there’s Assist Traktor, made for those who are using Native Intstrument’s software on their Macs.