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Best Type of Portable Keyboard for Laptops

For many people, laptops are important work tools, but using them constantly for long periods of time will inevitably result in some kind of damage. However, there is laptop hardware available that can help alleviate and deal with problems such as these. Replacement keyboards for laptops can be helpful as they provide an alternative for your regular keyboard, therefore extending its lifespan by giving it a break from its daily battering of keys.

Also, if your normal laptop keyboard gets damaged, you can easily use a portable laptop keyboard as a replacement to continue working without having to pay for laptop repairs or buy a new laptop. Portable keyboards for laptops are widely available and come in two options; rolling or folding:

Rolling (flexible) keyboard

This compact, ultra-thin type of keyboard is ideal when on the move as it simply rolls up to fit in any bag or case. It has a reflexive typing design which is silent as well as comfortable, and, because it is flat, negative angle stress on your wrists is eliminated. The silicone based version is very durable and is impervious to coffee, water and cleaning solutions, making it practically indestructible as a piece of laptop hardware!

Folding keyboard

This plastic, portable keyboard is very comfortable and folds in half easily. You may find that some folding keyboards do not fold completely flat and can also leave a slight incline down the centre when opened. However, this is a very convenient type of portable keyboard, and is well worth considering.

For replacement laptop keyboards compatible with well-known brands, from Acer to Sony, browse the affordable, wide range available at Laptop Power.

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