Did you know that your run of the mill keyboard is basically a gigantic apartment complex for bacteria? Gross, no? Thankfully there's Cleankeys, a keyboard that bulldozes that shit and replaces it with a sleek, sterile touch-sensitive slab.
Wiping a standard keyboard with a disinfecting cloth kills about 5 per cent of bacteria. Cleankeys claims the same test kills 99 per cent of bacteria on their keyboard, simply because they have nowhere to hide.
The wireless keyboard trades actual keys for touch-sensitive ones, so in exchange for a much more sanitary experience you'll be giving up that satisfying clickity-clack you've grown accustomed to. It's intended for use at hospitals where keyboard-germs are a serious issue, though I'd imagine it might pique the interest of regular old germaphobes too.
The Cleankeys keyboard includes a trackpad for clicking about and uses patent-pending technology to keep it from registering keystrokes when you're just resting your hands on the thing. That way your doctor doesn't accidentally diagnose you with alsdfjasgyboxicyuixccccccccc.
A moulded model costs $US400 and a glass version will run you $US50 more. No one said your campaign against germs was gonna be cheap. [Clean Keys Inc]