Lenovo is committed to making our information technology widely available and to improving access by all users, including those with hearing, vision and mobility limitations. We do this in a number of ways, including:
Web Pages and PDF Files
To find electronic documentation for Lenovo products, please visit Lenovo Support.
Wherever possible, these files are in accessible formats. For instance, they contain tags and alternative text so that the visually impaired can read the text and understand the images through a screen reader.
If you cannot find the information you need, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the product name.
An operating system’s settings can be configured for those with hearing, vision, or mobility limitations to get the most out of their Lenovo personal computer (PC) experience. For example, to use the PC without a display, magnify the contents on screen, use color/contrast settings, customize keyboard/mouse navigation, or use speech-to-text control.
For help and information on how to configure the settings for your machine’s operating system, please click on one of the following links:
- Windows 7, 8.1, 10
- Android OS
- Android OS Switch Access
- Android OS BrailleBack
- Android OS TalkBack
- Android OS Voice Access
- Android OS Select to Speak
- Chrome OS
- Chrome keyboard shortcuts
- ChromeVox, free screen reader
- Linux Ubuntu and Fedora OS
For more information, please visit the Microsoft or Google websites.
The tactile bumps on each Lenovo keyboard provide a reference point from which all the keys can be located without visual assistance.
Lenovo computers come with industry-standard connectors that enable assistive devices to be connected.
Read more information about our commitment to accessibility and our Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs).