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Flexible Keyboard - white was £14.99 Now £5.99 at gadget shop
Flexible Keyboard - white was £14.99  Now £5.99 at gadget shop

Flexible Keyboard - white was £14.99 Now £5.99 at gadget shop

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In the average year, 123 cups of tea end up over keyboards. The dangers are obvious: sticky fingers. Sticky keys. Sticky situation, especially when you have to explain to the IT department that your laptop has malfunctioned.

One solution: avoid placing sugary drinks near exposed keyboards. A practical impossibility? We think so. The other: the USB Flexible Keyboard. It's made from fully flexible silicon which means it bends easily like a piece of rubber. So should your beverage spill over your keyboard, you simply unplug it and wash it with soap and warm water.

Of course, the USB Flexible Keyboard has another advantage. It rolls up so you can take it anywhere. Which means it eliminates the frankly irritating process of having to get used to using a different keyboard each time you work in a different place.
Features

* Helps eliminate negative angle wrist strain.
* Bends like rubber
* Waterproof
* Standard English key layout
* Roll it up and carry it with you.

Specification

* Dimensions: Height: 0.5cm Width: 49.0cm Depth: 13.0cm
* Weight: 0.3Kg

7 Comments

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got one of these from aldi for £3.99 I use it for the PS3 works a treat

Plus £3.95 P+P

You get free standard delivery.

Although it states £3.95 all the way through it is knocked off at the end.

Dont for get the 7% discount code.

nhsdiscounts.

So really this deal should be £5.57.

This keyboard was posted very recently, but they can be bought for less than this (inc p&p) from other sites.

They are DREADFUL if you are actually typing on them. You will end up with sore hands, because you have to batter the keys so hard. The space bar and return key only have two and one sensors respectively, and if you dont hit a sensor each time, they dont work. Therefore you end up with all your words stuck together, and it never gets any better.

It doesnt just roll up and stay like that, it just flops open again. You would need to use an elastic band to keep it rolled up. Also, the usb wire on mine had a dodgy connection so would cut out sometimes.

I bought one because Im terrible for getting crumby keyboards, but I removed it in a couple of weeks after persevering, and went back to a cheap one from Asda.

So sorry but... stone cold.

There's loads of these around at the moment cause they're not compatible with Vista. As someone said, they're not great for typing, but they are quite sturdy and easy to clean, etc.

There was another website (on here) a couple of weeks ago selling them for 99p.

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You get free standard delivery.Although it states £3.95 all the way … You get free standard delivery.Although it states £3.95 all the way through it is knocked off at the end.Dont for get the 7% discount code.nhsdiscounts.So really this deal should be £5.57.



I am always happy to stand corrected when it means paying less:thumbsup::-D
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