January 28, 2010 | Posted At: 07:31 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Hardware
How many grubby, dirty hands hit your school’s keyboards every day? If the answer is too many for the sake of cleanliness and safety, think about getting a keyboard that not only resists microbial growth but can be hosed down at the end of the day. The Seal Shield keyboard looks like any other, but is waterproof so that it can be periodically washed (even in the cafeteria’s dishwasher) and is made with Silver Seal antimicrobial plastic that resists the growth of bacteria. It has the Good Housekeeping seal, costs $40 and comes with a two-year warranty.
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