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Unotron S6000K Washable Antimicrobial Keyboard



Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Wednesday, October 8, 2008

How often do you come to work with mild cold symptoms? How often do you eat during the "down time" of chart writing? And how often do you forget to wipe down the keyboards you use for electronic patient care reports? Lots? Thought so. Fortunately, the folks at Unotron developed the S6000K Washable Antimicrobial Keyboard with a broad-spectrum, inorganic, silver-based biocide for antimicrobial protection. Another great feature of the S6000K is common to Unotron keyboards and mice -- it can be completely immersed in fluids to clean and sanitize it. Just remember to unplug the mouse and keyboard from the computer before cleaning them under running water.


Connector: USB to PS/2 Adapter

Keys: 104

Waterproof certifications: IP66 and NEMA4X

Colors: Black, gray

Cost: $45.99


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