The Virtually Indestructible Keyboard, a silicone-based flexible computer keyboard, features a unique combination of durability and soft, comfortable feel. The washable, “roll-able” keyboard has been called “the best thing to happen to typing since the backspace key.”The Keyboard combines state-of-the-art technology with practical design to produce the perfect keyboard. The unique layout offers quick, reflexive typing action that is not only silent, but also more comfortable than standard hard plastic keyboards. The “flat-out” design eliminates negative-angle wrist stress, an unfortunate and impractical holdover from the archaic days of manual typewriters.

The silicon-based material is impervious to most anything including water, coffee and cleaning solutions. From the classroom to the factory floor, this virtually indestructible keyboard is poised to revolutionize how the world types.

Since the first version was introduced in 2001, customers have anxiously shared with us their experiences. Here’s what we’ve learned about its uses:


Disinfect with either self-drying aerosols or cleanse with ammonia- or bleach-based medical grade disinfectants.[A study conducted by the Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii found that nearly 25 percent of the keyboards sampled harbored a form of bacteria that is responsible for 95% of all hospital-acquired illnesses.]

Silent-type eliminates a component of background noise inherent to medical environments.

“Glow-Type” edition is popular in operating rooms and patient rooms when ambient light is at a minimum.

Industrial / Business
* Fully washable using traditional cleaners
including detergent and hot water.
* Disinfect with standard aerosols between shifts.
* Key design features recess between keys (with
standard sizing and spacing) conducive for typing
with safety gloves.
* Roll-able” design offers portability unique to
standard size keyboards.
* Full-size design provides numeric keypad (10-
key) for laptop users.
* Silent-type is conducive to use in airplanes,
coffee-shops, lounges, etc