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Moshi Clearguard CS for Apple Keyboard

by Moshi
$24.95
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SKU: 99MO021905

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Protect your valuable Apple Keyboard against spills, dust, and other contaminants without any annoying keypad interference. Moshi's ClearGuard is made with an advanced high precision material that form fits to the Apple Keyboard. This allows for comfortable typing while providing maximum protection.

ClearGuard is unique in that it is one fifth of the thickness of silicone protectors, granting unparalleled key sensitivity and response. ClearGuard is also highly transparent making it visually unobtrusive, preserving the unrivaled look that you expect from your Apple Keyboard.

  • High precision molding is 100% form fitted to the Apple Keyboard keys allowing for unparalleled tactile response
  • Made with durable, non-toxic engineering-grade thermoplastic urethane
  • Completely washable and reusable
  • Measures 0.1 mm thin (one-fifth the thickness of silicone protectors)

Compatibility

Apple Keyboard

Apple Wireless Keyboard



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  1. Worth the hassle

    Posted by Kristel Hayes on 17th Apr 2013

    Purchased this keyboard cover because I'm often using my Mac Book Pro during "working lunches" with clients, which means crumbs, greasy fingers, and potential spilled liquids, are constant concerns for me.

    While the cover is really thin (says it's the thinnest available, and since I have never used one before, I'm just going to believe it), it is a little awkward to type at first, as there's a little bit of "wiggle" room/space between the cover & the keys. Just took me a day or two to get used to typing with it in place, though, and as far as I'm concerned, it's well worth the hassle of getting used to, given the cost of the investment it's protecting.