November 15, 2007
by Oral Health
CleanKeys Voted “Best New Product” at ADA 2007
Touch-Free Computing today announced its receipt of the “Best New Product” Award for its aseptic glass keyboard called CleanKeys, as voted by attendees of the 2007 Annual Session of the American Dental Association. CleanKeys was selected over 26 other products displayed in the New Product Showcase on the exhibit floor of the conference.
Randy Marsden, P.Eng., President of Touch-Free Computing, states: “We are honored and thrilled to receive this award, especially considering the many other excellent new products that were displayed in the New Product Showcase. We wish to thank all attendees who voted for CleanKeys, and reaffirm to them our uncompromised commitment to providing the most aseptic computing solutions possible for the operatory.”
CleanKeys is a perfectly smooth keyboard with an integrated touchpad. The top surface is made from glass and the robust base is made from Corian solid surface material. It is one of the world’s easiest keyboards to clean, and extremely resistant to microbial growth. The keys are touch-sensitive and have an audible click for feedback. Touch-sensitivity can be adjusted, allowing CleanKeys to be touched directly or through gloves. It is the ideal computer input solution in an infection controlled environment.
CleanKeys is patent pending, and carries all relevant FCC and CE regulatory certifications. It has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of US$399, and is available for purchase directly from Touch-Free Computing via its website, or from a number of authorized distributors. The first production run of CleanKeys is currently under way and the first units are expected to ship before Christmas (2007).
ABOUT TOUCH-FREE COMPUTING
Touch-Free Computing is a division of Madentec Limited a company that has been developing world-leading alternative computer input solutions for over 18 years. The company specializes in keyboard and mouse alternatives for sterile environments. It is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. For more information, please visit www.touchfreecomputing.com.