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Tested: are keyboards dishwasher-safe?

Posted on Saturday, June 23 2007 @ 20:01:05 CEST by


NPR took a look if you can really clean a keyboard by putting it in the dishwasher:
He says it was an excruciating wait. I felt the same way as my dishwasher glugged and groaned. Finally, it quieted down and I heard a hiss as the drying cycle started. Moschella had suggested that the heat might not be a good thing, so I opened the door. Steam came out. My keyboard felt almost too hot to touch. It was dripping water. It was also absolutely spotless.

But forget how it looks. According to Microsoft's Sean Butterworth, I had just made a big mistake.

"We do not recommend putting our keyboards, or any keyboards for that matter, in the dishwasher," he says. "What will cause the problems first, is the short-circuiting in the wiring."

Butterworth should know. At Microsoft's hardware division, people check out every possible thing that might harm a keyboard.
But the reporter found out that a few companies actually offer keyboards that are guaranteed to be dishwasher-safe.. Read on over here.


 



 

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