Friday, September 19, 2008

Indestructable Flexible Keyboard

The Virtually Indestructible Keyboard is, well, a virtually indestructible keyboard. Engineered with silicon, this computer keyboard is resistant to spilled liquids and contact with other materials. Perfect for avid gamers and LAN parties! The keyboard is not only durable, but it is soft and comfortable to use, so comfortable that it can roll up into your pocket! In comparison to other keyboards, this one will save you a significant amount of weight and space. Also, unlike traditional keyboards that make it hard to clean off dirt and oil, the Virtually Indestructible Keyboard can be unplugged and quickly and easily washed with water. Say goodbye to spills and hello to a constantly clean keyboard.

This computer gadget is specially crafted design of this keyboard completely eliminates negative-angle wrist stress, an infamous nuisance that affected those working with manual typewriters a long time ago. For some unlucky folks, this condition can actually turn into carpal tunnel syndrome, requiring medical treatment. Having a keyboard that minimizes aches is important for gamers that play at a computer for hours or people whose jobs revolve around computer work. State of the art technology is coupled with a practical design layout that offers quick and silent reflexive typing that is noticeably more comfortable than traditional hard plastic keyboards. The Virtually Indestructible Keyboard is not only suitable for the nomadic computer gamer but also works well for home and office computers.

Right now the keyboard comes in three different versions; a black 85 key with no number pad, a black 109 key with a number pad, and a transparent glow 109 key with a number pad. All of the units cost a mere $29.99, an incredibly low price for one of the most optimally designed keyboards on the market. This keyboard is the future of computer hardware.

For more detailed specifications, a few pictures and some information on how to order your very own Virtually Indestructible Keyboard, click here...

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