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Logitech’s Washable Keyboard Can Handle Your Spills

Look at your keyboard right now. Is it littered with dust, food crumbs, maybe some sticky residue from a spilled soda? It’s not easy cleaning in between the keys, but you also don’t want to be typing on a petri dish of germs.

Now, Logitech has found way to fix that mess with a washable keyboard. Yes, you read right. The Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 can be submerged in up to 11 inches of water and features drainage holes for easier drying. The only part that can’t be exposed to water is the USB cable.

The keyboard is compatible with computers running Windows XP and higher and comes with 12 hot keys for quick access to the Web, email and more. In addition, all the letters, numbers and symbols are laser etched onto the keyboard buttons and then UV coated so they won’t fade away with multiple washes.

The Washable Keyboard K310 is available for preorder now from Logitech’s Web site and costs $40.


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Another gadget you don’t really need. Will not work once you get it home. New model out in 4 weeks. Battery life is too short to be of any use.

— From the fact sheet for a fake product entitled Useless Plasticbox 1.2 (an actual empty plastic box) placed in L.A.-area Best Buy stores by an artist called Plastic Jesus