The video presentation Logitech released even shows how we can give it a scrub if we use normal washing liquid.
Furthermore Logitech promises that the keyboard keys won’t stop working because each key contact is laser printed and coated. The only thing that is not water-proof is the USB cable. If washed the keyboard dries out quickly thanks to cleverly mounted drainage holes. These holes prevent the water from sticking to the board. If that’s still not enough, the producer also offers the guarantee that each key will last for up to 5 million keystrokes.
The keyboard body has a thin and sleek profile. K310 has the standard 104/105 keys and it features 12 hot-keys for quick access to media, browsing or email. Logitech’s plug and play USB keyboard will first launch in Europe. The launch date is October this year and the retail price will be between $40-$70.