I picked up one of these a while back. Since the keyboard on a Tormach tends to get a good dose of coolant and chips in it, the ability to wash the keyboard is a great feature.
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Here is the same for 6 dollars free shipping. I got one like that long ago. I did not like it too much. You can't really go wrong for the price though.
Mini USB Silicone Roll up Flexible Foldable Keyboard PC | eBay
I got a wireless keyboard like that one:
Lenovo - United States - 57Y6336 - (US)
I love it. I can always place it away from chips.
Just wanted to tell everyone, if you want to order one of the rubberized keyboards online or from eBay, make sure you get a good look at the keys. I have one of the under $10.00 types and it does not have a page up or page down key, on the up side it has 4 shift keys!!
If you want a roll-up keyboard, these styles:
is infinitely better than the cheaper ones which have taller keys, like this one:
Dekcell USB Flexible Full Sized Keyboard: Compare Prices, View Price History and Read Reviews at Nextag
The latter do not sit flat, and the keys are so tall, with such a long "throw", they are miserable to type on. This one is quite "type-able", albeit "squishier" than a normal keyboard.
FYI Here is a keyboard that is really is totally immune to coolant and chips:http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/cellphone/e722/images/ The keys are not tall at all ;-)
BTW when you go into a Frys you better know exactly what you want as Frys’ staff is totally clueless. The different motifs at Frys are cute though like the one in Anaheim that has a space shuttle motif and occupies property that really was part of Rockwell that built the space shuttle.