This here is the Cleankeys touch sensitive wireless keyboard, made for germaphobes, likely by germaphobes. According to the manufacturer, when you clean a standard keyboard with a disinfecting wipe about 5% of bacteria is wiped away. When you wipe down the Cleankeys keyboard, about 95% of bacteria is removed since it’s much easier to completely wipe down a flat surface slab. All keys on it are touch sensitive, so when you go to press a key it doesn’t press down as you’d expect on a regular keyboard. It’s tap, not press; get it? It comes included with patent-pending technology that recognizes when you’re simply resting your hands on it so it won’t type out random letters and numbers. There’s also a build-in trackpad on it.
Who is going to purchase the Cleankeys keyboard? The manufacturer is marketing it to doctors as it provides a germ-free zone for inputting a patient’s information into a computer. It’s very easy to clean and keep clean. And I like it. There are molded and glass models available to purchase today; they cost $399 and $449 respectively.