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Kensington Washable USB/PS2 Keyboard with Antimicrobial Protection


$30.00 Released February, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can genuinely handle being washed with water, very easy to keep clean. Very simple design, doesn't need any kind of special drivers. Letters are clear and easy to see.

The Cons:Lacks any media keys or any other extras. Right-shift is a bit of a stretch over to the side, takes some getting used to. Slightly noisy as you type, makes a clacking noise.

Kensington's USB/PS2 Washable Keyboard is a standard-sized keyboard compatible with (only) Windows computers. This keyboard's selling point is that it is both washable and anti-microbial, encouraging safe and clean use of the computer.

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The keys and frame are made of an antimicrobial material, and are completely waterproof, so the keyboard can be washed as an extra precaution against germs, or in the event of a spill. It can connect via USB or PS2 ports and uses soft-touch keys. Kensington suggests this keyboard for public or frequently-used computers. It also has a reasonably low price point. This keyboard is effectively identical to the "Pro Fit USB/PS2 Washable Keyboard" model, except this version is white and thus does not hide stains or dirt from repeated use as well, but has a lower price point.

Features 

  • PS2/USB connection
  • 104 Keys
  • Anti-microbial material coating
  • Completely waterproof and washable
  • Soft-touch keys
  • Compatible with Windows machines
  • 2-year manufacturer warranty

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Pros
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    can genuinely handle being washed with water, very easy to keep clean

  • 1

    very simple design, doesn't need any kind of special drivers

  • 1

    letters are clear and easy to see

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    works with either PS2 or USB connections, whichever is preferred, nice to have the option

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    can withstand having coffee spilled on it without breaking

Cons
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    lacks any media keys or any other extras

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    right-shift is a bit of a stretch over to the side, takes some getting used to

  • 1

    slightly noisy as you type, makes a clacking noise

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