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Dr. Sheldon Cooper approves this keyboard

If you're germophobe, you probably already know that the keyboard in your work/home office is a haven of microscopic critters that can make you sick. If you have to share a keyboard, the germs could be even more prevalent. Logitech has unveiled a new Washable Keyboard K310 that can be washed to eliminate germs and left over mess from spills. 
“We’ve all experienced that moment of distraction – followed by panic, when a cup of coffee or a soda spills all over your keyboard,” says Sophie Le Guen, senior director of mice and keyboards at Logitech. “Because life and its messes will happen, regardless of how careful you are, Logitech designed the Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 to look and function like new, even over time.”

The keyboard is designed to survive being sprayed with water or even submerged in a kitchen sink for cleaning. The keyboard can be hand washed repeatedly and completely submerged, with the exception of the USB cable, in up to 11 inches of water with no damage. The keyboard has drainage holes at the back to ease drying. The key characters are laser printed and have a UV coating to keep them from fading when washed.
Logitech also says that the keys are good for up to 5 million keystrokes so it should last for years to come.

The keyboard is expected to launch this month in the US and in October for European customers at an MSRP of $39.99.

Source: Logitech

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RE: Looks nice and good keys?
By Reclaimer77 on 8/22/2012 12:36:10 PM , Rating: 2
Yes because you've probably always had great posture and kept your wrists straight.

Years ago my posture was crap, and I would play games for hours and hours on end in all kinds of bad positions and lazy posture. I also, big shock, type a lot. Hence I now need my ergonomic keyboard or the pains come back.

However keyboarding and "posture" isn't even taught in schools anymore, hence the "carpal tunnel" generation. I still believe it's a mistake for so many keyboard designs to completely ignore ergonomics.

RE: Looks nice and good keys?
By Apone on 8/22/2012 2:05:57 PM , Rating: 2
However keyboarding and "posture" isn't even taught in schools anymore, hence the "carpal tunnel" generation.

Agreed but I'm still trying to wrap my brain around the fact that many kids, teens, young adults, and even older generations still insist on typing with their index/middle fingers and thumbs. The QWERTY keyboard is ridiculously efficient if used properly....

RE: Looks nice and good keys?
By Manch on 8/23/2012 1:08:49 AM , Rating: 2
I can't type, at least not properly. Not for lack of trying, I just suck at it. Didnt they come out with alternate layouts for the qwerty that are supposed to be faster?

RE: Looks nice and good keys?
By Lord 666 on 8/22/2012 10:24:39 PM , Rating: 3
Always knew you were limp wristed. Now I am surprised .40 isn't too much kick for you.

In all seriousness and to build on the op, do you use a special chair or other aides as well or just rely on the ergonomic keyboard?

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