What if are inherently and irredeemably because they demand good hand-eye coordination and the ability to read small type?

What if the is inherently ableist because it demands the ability to read and operate a keyboard?

What if themselves are inherently ableist?

@starbreaker I don't believe computers themselves are ableist. It simply is too broad of a category. Computers also provide accessibility tools for disabled people.

But they are inherently inaccessible because of the high level of required infrastructure to make and use them.
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