Logitech introduces washable keyboard
Company photoSwiss accessories producer Logitech has unveiled its K310 washable keyboard with the aim of countering the damage caused by spillages on the device.
Users can simply wash the keyboard's surface in the event that a beverage spills onto the device, Channelstv.com reported yesterday.
Users who are picky about the particular cleanliness of their keyboard surface will also be pleased by the product, which is resistant to being totally submerged in up to 28 centimeters of water. The keyboard comes with drainage holes on its back to help it dry out.
Lettering on the keys were laser printed and UV coated to ensure they do not fade away with washing, a process which also means that they can last up to 5 million keystrokes.
The K310 will be compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 and is scheduled go on sale in Europe in October 2012.
The washable keyboard is currently available for pre-order for a price of 34.99 pounds on Logitech's official website.