I currently have a 2016 15" MacBook Pro that was granted to me by the Maryland State Department of Education's Division of Rehabilitation Services. Basically, I paid nothing for the computer because (at the time) I was part of a state program for visually impaired students. My vision then improved (so I was removed from the program) but is now getting worse again; once you're removed from the program you can't re-enroll. Anyway, the computer is just too big and heavy for me to continue to lug around in day to day life, so I'm here loooking for something smaller and lighter. When at home, I currently use an Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Dock as well as an LG UltraFine 4K 27" monitor connected via a USB-C to DisplayPort adapter cable, with the laptop in clamshell mode. This enables me to be able to use the computer just like any other sighted person. When not docked at home, I use VoiceOver to assist me in using the computer, since I can't see items on the screen. Essentially, I don't gain anything with the larger screen because I can't see it anyway. It added weight and dimension for no real purpose other than to say "I have an expensive computer." Also, the Touch Bar isn't very usable with VoiceOver, or at least I didn't find it to be easy to use. I'm intrigued by the 12" MacBook and the 13" MacBook Pro (sans Touch Bar), but I'm worried about the lack of third-generation butterfly keyboard and what that means for future reliability. As for the MacBook Air, I've heard bad things about the built-in FaceTime HD camera, and I've heard that the display isn't as good as the one on the MacBook Pro. Noting that my primary uses are research for projects, word processing (Pages and Google Docs), presentation creation (Keynote and Google Slides), some light usage of GarageBand, as well as general web browsing and video streaming (in Safari), along with a fair amount of music playback through iTunes, and also noting that I am selling my not-very-useful 12.9" iPad Pro (which is also too big and heavy for daily use) to help pay for the new computer (can't sell the 15" so I'm giving it to my dad), which MacBook could you recommend for a VoiceOver user?