Self sanitizing keyboard approved by FDA, ignored by bacterio-cognoscenti

Claims to kill 99.99% of germs; tests shows only 67%, still requires wipe-down

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Vioguard's approach is elegant, science-fictioney, doubles as a monitor stand, and should, logically, do what it says it does. (Bacteria and viruses tend not to read press releases or product specs, however. They're too busy hiding in the crevices and shades spots even of keyboards designed to give them no refuge.)

Vioguard's FDA approval is new, but it has been selling the self-sanitizing keyboard directly for consumers, for around $900 – a price that would make even the most germophobic computer user sick.

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