By Jennifer H.
One of the many things I hate is cold hands. Thanks to all the typing and writing I do my fingers do not like to move once they get cold. Now, how can I live a life in front of a computer monitor with cold, immobile hands? Then another question comes to mind: what about people who have arthritis and Carpal Tunnel? Cold office environments can’t be good for them. Anyway, this all leads me to think about how much I would love to have a heated keyboard… and finally I found one.
The Warm Keyboard is heated by a safe low voltage system (V20 1.8 amp transformer) to a cozy and controllable 85 degrees or 100 degrees depending on your preference. To accommodate higher operating temperature upgraded components were used for a high quality keyboard.
How will it affect my utilities bill, you may be wondering? Well, when the keyboard is set to its warmer temperature it uses less energy than a 20 watt light bulb in a 60degree (F) room.
Simply plug it into your PC using a USB port and an electrical outlet and you are ready to go. If you happen to be using Windows 98 or earlier the drivers are available through Microsoft.
Oh, there is also a heated mouse in the works. Currently there is a prototype yet there is more work to be done. Mmm, toasty fingers, finally my dream has come true.
Order it directly:
Chang Enterprises, Inc.
1564 Rollins Road
Burlingame, Ca 94010