Cleaner Keyboard

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I just got over my first killer cold of the season. And if you’re like me, right after a bug like this one, you get the urge to clean everything in sight. As soon as I was back in the office I wiped my workspace down with an antibacterial cloth, but what I really wanted was to take a sudsy sponge to everything on my desk, including my keyboard. I resisted. I doubt IT would have been very happy with me had I caved. But my clean craving did lead me to Unotron, makers of washable keyboards, mice and smart card readers. Their latest product, the SpillSeal washable antibacterial keyboard, can be fully cleaned with soap under running water. It’s recommended for health care office settings; which probably makes it reasonably useful in houses inhabited by germy preschoolers. Plus, spills, crumbs and general gooeyness won’t ruin it. They have wireless versions too. I’m sold.

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  1. by John J. O'Sullivan

    On September 23, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    ZOMG. I want this keyboard. It seems to be the foil of the typical Apple keyboard, which traps every single crumb, piece of dust, or germ within its grasp…
    -j

  2. by John J. O'Sullivan

    On September 23, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    ZOMG. I want this keyboard. It seems to be the foil of the typical Apple keyboard, which traps every single crumb, piece of dust, or germ within its grasp…
    -j

  3. by John J. O'Sullivan

    On September 23, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    ZOMG. I want this keyboard. It seems to be the foil of the typical Apple keyboard, which traps every single crumb, piece of dust, or germ within its grasp…
    -j

  4. by Sarah D.

    On September 23, 2008 at 7:54 pm

    As an elementary school teacher, this keyboard would be great! Those little fingers are never clean enough…

  5. by Sarah S

    On September 24, 2008 at 6:45 am

    What a great idea for a keyboard! I’m going to be looking for a new one next year and I think it will be one of these. My keyboard now is gross. Anything easily washable with 5 kids is worth it.

  6. by cellphone

    On January 13, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    fully cleaned with soap under running water. It’s recommended for health care office settings; which probably makes it reasonably useful in houses inhabited by germy preschoolers. Plus, spills, crumbs and general gooeyness won’t ruin it. They have wireless versions too. I’m sold.