Self-sanitizing keyboard uses ultraviolet light

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Self-sanitizing keyboard uses ultraviolet light
Self-sanitizing keyboard uses ultraviolet light

Vioguard announced that its self-sanitizing computer keyboard has received marketing clearance from the Food and Drug Administration.  The keyboard was developed to address the need for continual disinfection efforts in healthcare settings, such as skilled nursing facilities. The keyboard uses ultraviolet light to automatically cleanse its surfaces. Ultraviolet light is a proven killer of flu, MRSA, and other harmful viruses and germs, the firm notes.

 

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